Mission court terme d’un état technologique du secteur de la transformation de l’eau de rose marocaine

Le projet « Promotion Economique et Développement Local dans les zones excentrées du Maroc » (PEDEL) fait partie de l’Initiative spéciale BMZ sur la stabilisation et développement au Moyen-Orient et Afrique du Nord (MENA). A travers ces projets d’initiatives spéciales, le BMZ veut aider à créer des perspectives économiques et sociales pour les citoyens de la région MENA. 

L’objectif du Projet PEDEL s’énonce comme suit : « La performance économique des acteurs locaux dans les provinces pilotes s’est améliorée ».

Improving Access to Remittances and other Financial Services through Digital Solutions

The project creates conditions for the use of digital services for cross-border remittances for refugees and Jordanian households with no or only restricted access to financial services. This will be achieved by creating a pilot project for the development and use of a needs-based, digital money transfer service at national level, by advising the Central Bank of Jordan on regulation and supervision, by facilitating dialogue and knowledge exchange and by improving financial literacy as well as through training in the use of digital financial.

Technische Zusammenarbeit mit Tunesien: Komponente Milch / Rotfleisch für das „Grüne Innovationszentrum in der Agrar- und Ernährungswirtschaft“

Die tunesische Regierung setzt auf den Aufbau einer marktwirtschaftlichen Ordnung. Land- und Ernährungswirtschaft spielen mit konsolidierten 18,5% der Erwerbstätigen, 16% des BIP und über 10% der Exporterlöse eine strategische Rolle in der Entwicklung.

Ein Drittel der elf Millionen Einwohner lebt im ländlichen Raum, ein Viertel lebt in Armut.

Support to Agriculture SMES (SASME)

The Ministry of Agriculture and Land Reclamation (MALR) has received financing from the French Development Agency (AFD) and the European Union (EU), and intends to use part of the funds thereof for payments to a technical assistance services provider to support the National Project Coordination Unit in the implementation of the SASME project’s various components.

Microfinance Market Potential Study

The SANAD Fund for MSME views the micro, small and medium enterprise sector as an engine of economic development, job creation and prosperity in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA). This also makes it a vast and as yet untapped investment opportunity. To realize this potential, SANAD provides debt and equity financing to local partner institutions for on-lending to micro, small and medium enterprises (MSMEs) and fueling their growth.

Technical assistance in the programme: Creation of new agricultural and breeding farms in Algeria

The project aims at supporting and the reinforcing the institutional capacities of actors involved in the implementation of the programme “Creation of new agricultural and breeding farms (PCNEA)”. It also aims at promoting training and the integration into agriculture of Jeunes Entrepreneurs Agricoles et Ruraux (JEA & JER) (Young agricultural and rural entrepreneurs) to combat youth unemployment, especially of those having a diploma. 

The technical assistance comprises the following intervention areas:

German-Moroccan Excellence Centre for Agriculture – Phase I+II

The objective of the German-Moroccan Excellence Centre for Agriculture is to provide training to specialists and executive staff in the agricultural sector which allows them to use new technology and means of production in order to achieve a sustainable increase in yield and income. The excellence centre will be a good example for innovative and business-oriented private consulting and training services in the agricultural sector and it will be established sustainably and will also be financially and institutionally recognised.

Valorisation of genetic resources / Nagoya protocol – Phase I+II

While the first phase focused on supporting the development of a legal and organisational framework for the implementation of the Nagoya Protocol, the second phase aims at enabling the first steps for the implementation of the Nagoya Protocol at national level.  

Three fields of intervention have been identified in order to achieve this objective:


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