Med4Waste launches a call for a mentoring scheme to improve waste management plans


We are launching a call of expression of interest, targeting Jordanian, Lebanese and Tunisian sub-national authorities in order to participate in a mentoring scheme focusing on the enhancement of their waste management system and the transfer of tested experiences from ENI CBC MED capitalised projects.

Through this mentoring scheme, Med4Waste will provide guidance and technical support to six sub-national public authorities in charge of planning, collecting and/or managing waste in the Mediterranean in order to (i) improve or develop their integrated municipal waste management (IMWM) plan; (ii) exchange first-hand knowledge with a city that has implemented a method/tool/activity to enhance their waste management system; (iii) implement a tailor-made supporting action aligned with their IMWM plan. In addition, Med4Waste will work directly with two SMEs or start-ups for each local authority to develop a solution to tackle the challenges needed.

You can submit your application to be part of the mentoring scheme by filling in the following form

If you have any questions, do not hesitate to contact us here

Call open from 30th November to 18th of December 2022

Following are the presentations that explain the mentoring scheme in English and French:

Med4Waste Mentoring scheme and solutions for twinning

Med4Waste Programme de mentorat et solutions pour jumelage

Find in the related links all the information regarding the mentoring scheme and the template of the motivation letter in English and French.

ToRs Mentoring scheme Med4Waste_EN

ToRs Programme de mentorat Med4Waste_FR

Med4Waste_Motivation letter_EN

Med4Waste_lettre de motivation_FR

To watch the launch of the webinar and learn more about how to apply, watch this video.