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CALL 2011
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In 2011 ARIMNet has launched a call for transnational research projects proposals. This call has been managed under the coordination of ARIMNet WP4 Leader, IAV Hassan II (MA) and ARIMNet coordinator, INRA (FR). The scope of the call and the evaluation procedures have been decided and designed by the Steering Committee members and the funding agencies involved in this call.

This call was aimed to enable collaborative interdisciplinary projects based on complementarities between scientists, disciplines and countries. Its objective was to promote international collaboration to create research consortia in order to respond appropriately to the global stakes and challenges Mediterranean Agriculture is facing. Three topics have been prioritized:

1‐ Production systems and their components: Developing sustainable agricultural production in a context of increasing ecological and climatic stresses

2‐ Food chain from production to distribution: Enhancing the advantages of Mediterranean agriculture in developing products with high added value

3‐ Landscape and resources uses for agricultural and environmental purposes: Sustainable management of land and natural resources

Read more in the guidelines for applicants

86 research proposals have been submitted for funding. Among them 79 have been declared eligible and submitted to evaluation. The evaluation has been done by an international committee of high-level scientists and external referees. Finally 10 projects have been selected for funding (1 is still on a waiting list).  The projects will begin during summer 2012 and will last 3 years.

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86 research proposals have been submitted for funding. Among them 79 have been declared eligible and submitted to evaluation. The evaluation has been done by an international committee of high-level scientists and external referees. Finally 10 projects have been selected for funding (1 is still on a waiting list).  The projects will begin during summer 2012 and will last 3 years.

 

Acronym and title of the project

Coordinator

E-mail

Countries

(in bold, country of the coordinator) 

APMed
Apple and Peach in Mediterranean orchards – Integrating tree water status and irrigation management for coping with water scarcity and aphid control

Pierre-Eric Lauri

 lauri@supagro.inra.fr France, Israel, Italy, Morocco,  Spain

 

 

ARIDWASTE
Development of specific agricultural practices with the use of recycled wastes suitable for intensively cultivated Mediterranean areas under degradation risk

Victor Kavvadias

vkavvadias.kal@nagref.gr

Greece, Israel, Italy,  Spain

 

CLIMED
The future of Mediterranean Livestock Farming Systems: Opportunity and efficiency of Crops – Livestock Integration

Véronique Alary

veronique.alary@cirad.fr France, Morocco, Egypt

 

 

DOMESTIC
Mediterranean biodiversity as a tool for the sustainable development of the small ruminant sector: from traditional knowledge to innovation

Christina LIGDA

chligda@otenet.gr

Greece, France, Cyprus, Morocco,

 

MEDILEG
Breeding, agronomic and biotechnological approaches for reintegration and revalorization of legumes in Mediterranean agriculture

Diego Rubiales

diego.rubiales@ias.csic.es

Spain, Morocco, France, Italy, Tunisia, Portugal, Egypt, Algeria

 

PESTOLIVE
Contribution of olive history for the management of soil-borne parasites in the Mediterranean Basin

Thierry Mateille

thierry.mateille@ird.fr France, Greece, Morocco, Spain, Tunisia, Turkey

POHMED
Potato Health - Managed for Efficiency and Durability

Didier Andrivon

 

Didier.Andrivon@rennes.inra.fr France, Algeria, Morocco, Egypt

 

REFORMA
Resilient, water- and energy-Efficient FORage and feed crops for Mediterranean Agricultural systems

Paolo Annicchiarico

 

paolo.annicchiarico@entecra.it

Italy, France, Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia, United States

 

SAFEMED
Food safety regulations, market access and international competition

Abdelhakim Hammoudi

abdelhakim.hammoudi@ivry.inra.fr France,  Italy, Morocco, Tunisia, Spain, Algeria

SWIPE
Predicting whitefly population outbreaks in changing environments

EinatZchori-Fein

 

einat@volcani.agri.gov.il Israel, France, Spain, Greece, Italy, Turkey, Switzerland, United States

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Countries involved

The funding for the transnational projects have been national funds based on a virtual common pot instrument. The funding principle is that each country funds its own research group(s), while it benefits from the research fruits of the multinational team of the Project Consortium. A total virtual pot of 6 million euros has been gathered.

In the Call 2011, 11 countries have been involved in the funding of the joint research projects.

COUNTRIES

FUNDING AGENCIES

France

Agence National de la Recherche

Italy

Ministero delle Politiche Agricole Alimentari e Forestali, MIPAAF

Algeria

DGSRTD-Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research

Spain

InstitutoNacional de Investigacion y TecnologiaAgraria y Alimentaria, INIA

Turkey

General Directorate of Agricultural Research, Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Affairs, GDAR

Egypt

Agricultural Research Center /  Ministry of Agriculture and Land Reclamation

Morocco

MENESFCRS- Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research

Greece

National Agricultural Research Foundation

Tunisia

Institution de la Recherche et de l’Enseignement Supérieur Agricoles

Cyprus

Ministry of Agriculture, Natural Ressources and Envirt

Israel

Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development, MOARD

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