Lebanon: the SOLE project is looking for staff
The Municipality of Jounieh, Lebanon is hiring a project manager and a communication manager under the strategic project SOLE ("High Energy Efficiency for the Public Stock Buildings in Mediterranean").
Deadline for applications is October, 1st.
Please find below the positions description and requested qualifications.
The main responsibilities of the project manager will be the following:
COMMON Clean Up The Med campaign: no borders to fight against marine litter
A cohesive Mediterranean in the fight against marine litter. From Algeria to France, from Greece to Malta, from Portugal to Palestine, hundreds of volunteers will meet each other on the beaches of the whole Mediterranean, armed with buckets, sacks, and gloves with a single goal: to clean them of waste for a cleaner sea.
Lebanon: MEDSt@rts is looking for an expert in microfinance
The Chamber of Commerce, Industry and Agriculture of Saida and South Lebanon (CCIAS), partner of MEDSt@rts project, is looking for an expert specialized in the microfinance sector.
The deadline for submitting applications is October 3rd.
LIVINGAGRO Newsletter - Edition n. 3, August 2020
Tunisia: TEX-MED ALLIANCES to unveil financial opportunities for startups and SMEs of the textile and clothing sector
In view of the launching of the call for subgrants, which are financial opportunities for developing the activities considered under the project, different webinars will be held in the countries of TEX-MED ALLIANCES scope. Companies will be able to get to know how TEX-MED ALLIANCES can help their businesses in terms of Internationalization, Circular Economy and Innovation.
Med Pearls project releases the most comprehensive publication to date devoted to Slow Tourism
Slow Tourism is a fairly new concept evolved from the Slow Food and Cittaslow movements dating back to the 80’s and 90’s. In the recent years this approach to travel has gained adepts who look for a more conscious, sustainable and responsible way of discovering the world. Yet, there is little research on the matter, and there are multiple definitions on how a “Slow Journey” should look like.