Saliculture solaire à Nouadhibou (SA.SOL.NO) – sel marin comme gestion durable du territoire et levier de developpement local et revenus

The project undertook a supply chain study on the economy of salt in Mauritania.
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The ESSEDRA project, created by the European Commission, promoted rural development and that of small-scale producers in the Balkans and Turkey. Find out more >>

G.Lo.B – Governance Local para a Biodiversidade

The project, financed by DEVCO through their “Non-State Actors and Local Authorities in Development” – Restricted Call for Proposal 2011 for Local Authorities program analyzed the current situation regarding safekeeping of agricultural biodiversity and the appreciation of local and traditional products in the Bahia Province of Brazil, the Namibe Province of Angola, and the Maputo Province of Mozambique. Find out more >>

TABLE FOR NINE BILLIONS: promoting Europe’s role in growing food and climate justice worldwide

Financed by the European Commission, the project raised public awareness on development issues. It focused on enhancing the overall role of Europe in reforming the global food system in a way that can ensure the universal right to adequate food. Find out more >>


LACTIMED aimed to foster the production and distribution of typical and innovative dairy products in the Mediterranean by organising local value chains, supporting producers in their development projects and creating new markets for their products. Find out more >>


The 4Cities4Dev project, co-financed by the European Union, was formed by the collaborative efforts of four European cities – Turin, which acts as the project leader, Tours, Bilbao, and Riga. Find out more >>

European Schools for Healthy Food

The project intended to connect with European schools in order to disseminate tools to raise-awareness about CAP (the EU Common Agricultural Policy), in particular about the European-wide initiatives that can be utilized within communities to improve school canteens and food service. Find out more >>

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