EU-funded MYSEA and HELIOS project: Boosting job creation in the green, blue and circular economy through synergies

March 23, 2021
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MYSEA and HELIOS projects, both co-funded by ENI CBC MED programme, have held a synergy meeting to encourage proactive collaboration to strengthen social inclusion and fight against poverty in the Mediterranean countries.

During the synergy meeting, a number of project partners provided a more detailed outline of the project activities already carried out or planned, and an extremely fruitful discussion pursued on how activity results might be shared for the benefit of the main stakeholders: NEETs (Not in Education, Employment or Training), women and local enterprises.

Some of the suggested synergies were to exchange and co-develop methodologies used to reach and engage the most vulnerable people in the target communities, exchange stakeholder lists, share materials on the digital-learning platform so that more people have access to the materials developed, work together on information days/networks and, make contact with the corresponding common partner countries : Jordan, Italy, Greece and Tunisia.


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Countries covered:

  • Jordan
  • Lebanon
  • Palestine *
  • Tunisia