The European Neighbourhood Instrument programme (ENI CBCMED) focuses on driving competitiveness and productivity of Mediterranean economies by creating economic opportunities, reducing high unemployment rates while safeguarding the environment.
The objectives refer to:
- business and SMEs development
- supporting education, research, technological development and innovation
- promotion of social inclusion and fight against poverty
- environmental protection, climate change adaptation and mitigation
The maximum budget can be EUR 3,500,000 and it requires a consortium of a minimum of four partners from four different countries, including at least two EU Mediterranean Countries and two Mediterranean Partner Countries.
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