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Team Leader for the Promotion of the Financial Sector and of Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSME) in Yemen

As one of the poorest countries in the world, Yemen is facing a multitude of problems including food insecurity, malnutrition, and poor sanitary and health conditions. Since 2015, the country has been undergoing a war that has further deteriorated the situation, displacing millions, causing casualties, and resulting in a catastrophic loss of economic wealth. In 2019, the UN estimated that about 75% of the population needed humanitarian assistance and protection. 

Innovations for Agriculture and Agro-Food (IAAA) - Milk Value Chain in Tunisia

 

The “Innovations for Agriculture and Agro-Food (IAAA)” project is implemented in Tunisia as part of the GIZ Global Project "Green Innovation Centres for the Agriculture and Food Sector (GIC)".

The overall objective of the project is to improve the socio-economic situation of smallholder farmers in rural areas through sustainable innovations to increase agricultural productivity and income. In 2016, the milk value chain was selected as a priority value chain by the IAAA project due to its socio-economic importance.

Dialogue germano-marocain sur l'agriculture et la sylviculture (DIAF)

Le projet se concentre sur trois domaines prioritaires, qui ont été développés en conséquence en tant que composantes du projet. Ces domaines ont été sélectionnés pour leur pertinence par rapport aux objectifs de développement du Maroc dans les secteurs de l'alimentation, de l'agriculture et de la sylviculture. Pour le poste annoncé ici, nous recherchons un responsable de la

Volet 2 - Coopération interentreprises dans le domaine de l'agriculture et de la sylviculture (ÜZAF) :

Consulting service for an optimization of fodder systems by zone and climatic conditions in the Center-West of Tunisia

The global program "Green Innovation Centers for the agriculture and food Sector" is part of the special initiative "One World Without Hunger" of the German Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ). The component in Tunisia is one of 16 country programs of this global program and works on the sustainable development of two value chains: potato and milk.

Strengthening employment promotion structure in Tunisia

The high unemployment rate and underemployment, particularly in the interior regions of Tunisia, are coupled with a severe shortage of adequately trained workers. Only few young people in rural areas had the opportunity to benefit from qualification services and efficient employment services.

This situation has put the Tunisian government under strong pressure to offer employment opportunities to the many un- and underemployed young and adult people likewise, especially in the interior regions of the country. 

German-Moroccan Dialogue on Agriculture and Forestry (DIAF) - Component 3 Forestry planning and control

Project objective:

The legal and institutional framework conditions for the promotion and monitoring of organic agricultural production, for the further development of inter-operation cooperation in the agricultural and forestry sector and for sustainable, multifunctional forest management have been improved and contribute to the sustainable use of natural resources.

Component 3:

Objective: The sustainable and multifunctional management and valorization of forestry resources in Morocco is proven to have risen.

Technical assistance for Development of Osmaniye Enterprise Development Centre (İŞGEM), Turkey

Osmaniye, formerly a district of Adana, became a province in 1996. The first Organized Industrial Zone (OIZ) in Osmaniye became operational in 2004 and since then economic development was further encouraged with today 101 companies employing more than 7,500 personnel located in the OIZ. Despite this already stable increase the industrial potential of the province is still not fully utilised. One of the main deterrents of industrial growth is the weak entrepreneurial infrastructure.

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