What we offer :
EUREKA/CIRPS PROFESSIONAL TRAINING BOOST FOR AFRICA
EUREKA –GROUPEMENT D’INTERET ECONOMIQUE/INTERUNIVERSITY RESEARCH CENTRE FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVEVELOPMENT (CENTRO INTERUNIVERSITARIO DI RICERCA PER LO SVILUPPO SOSTENIBILE (CIRPS)
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Frequently Asked Questions
A: The Eureka Consortium is a multilateral project initiative established in Tunis in December 2020 that deals with cooperation between States and funds allocated by the European Union in favor of Third Countries.
A: The Eureka Consortium was formed to develop projects funded by the European Union in the Third Countries. The Consortium aims to support the development of these countries through the implementation of social, economic and legal reforms. Additionally, the Consortium also provides educational and training services and invests in the field of scientific research.
A: The Consortium is involved in projects related to environmental monitoring, renewable energy, tourism, education and infrastructure.
A: Governments interested in availing themselves of Eureka‘s services will have to confer a professional assignment on us by signing a Letter of Scouting, as well as an application that Eureka will have to forward to the competent bodies of the European Union. Additionally, they will be able to participate in Eureka Consortium initiatives after signing a “Cooperation Agreement“, the content of which will be discussed and made visible in the contract.
A: The Eureka Consortium is actively engaged in the development of projects in Third Countries, with the aim of supporting the social, economic and legal reforms necessary for their development. The Consortium is involved in projects related to environmental monitoring, renewable energy, tourism, education and infrastructure.
A: The Consortium has focused its lines of action on strategic areas and has invested in ad hoc projects in order to participate in funded European calls, such as the IPA program (Instrument for Pre–Accession), the ENI (European Neighbourhood Instrument), the EDF (European Development Fund) and the DCI (Development Cooperation Instrument).
A: The Consortium focuses on bringing the EU and its neighboring countries closer together, in order to promote democracy and human rights, sustainable development and the transition to a market economy. In particular, the Consortium supports political and economic reforms, the strengthening of civil society, mobility and people–to–people contacts, and regional integration, including cross–border cooperation programs.
A: The Consortium provides assistance to countries in the form of technical and financial assistance, consulting and research services, capacity building, and support for policy development and implementation. The Consortium also supports the participation of Third Countries’ representatives in EU–led programs and projects, and acts as an intermediary between the EU and Third Countries.
The Eureka Consortium established in Tunis in December 2020 deals with multilateral project initiatives aimed at cooperation between States, and with funds allocated by the European Union to third countries..