WestMED National Event Algeria 2020 looks into ways to implement Maritime Fisheries Cluster

January 6, 2021
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The Algerian National Hub of the WestMED Initiative with the support of WestMED Central Team and the collaboration with other National Hubs of France, Tunisia and Italy organized a National Event, under webinar format. This Maritime Cluster event was held on 9 December 2020 and brought together about 67 participants from Algeria and other countries.

The panelists discussed the ways and mechanisms of organization and implementation of Maritime Fisheries Cluster, with a view to creating an operational framework for bringing together key players in this sector, in particular investors, local actors and researchers.

This virtual meeting on Maritime Fisheries Cluster was also the opportunity to reflect on the development of socio-economic activities through job creation and investment in high added value services through a range of sectors in the Blue Economy in Algeria. The various funding opportunities that exist through cooperation with the European Union, including the support offered under the WestMED Initiative, were presented.

The WestMED Initiative has been created to help public institutions, academia, local communities, small and medium-sized enterprises and entrepreneurs from both sides of the Western Mediterranean develop local and regional maritime projects together. It gathers the 10 countries that constitute the 5+5 Dialogue (France, Italy, Portugal, Spain, Malta and five Southern partner countries – Algeria, Libya, Mauritania, Morocco and Tunisia) around three common goals: a safer and more secure maritime space, a smart and resilient blue economy by 2022 and a better governance of the sea.


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PowerPoint presentations of the Algerian national Event on Fisheries

Watch the full event on Youtube

Countries covered:

  • Algeria