EU supports vocational training for Libyan youth

EU supports vocational training for Libyan youth

10 October 2019
With support from the European Union, the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) reached an agreement with Toyota Libya F.Z.C to provide young people with three-month vocational training on car maintenance and repairing, computer skills and English among other disciplines. Yesterday 20…
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The EU-funded “Generation What?” program reveals similarities between young people from Europe and the Southern and Eastern Mediterranean region

08 October 2019
“Generation What?” is an interactive multi-media program drawing the portrait of the current generation of 18-35-year-old in Europe as well as in eight Southern and Eastern Mediterranean countries: Algeria, Egypt, Jordan, Lebanon, Libya, Morocco, Palestine and Tunisia. Through a unique survey,…
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EU-funded SANAD and Mowgli Mentoring team up to support Syrian and Lebanese entrepreneurs in Lebanon

07 October 2019
The Entrepreneurship Academy of the EU-funded SANAD Fund for MSME and Mowgli Mentoring have launched their second joint initiative, a mentoring program aimed at boosting the success of Syrian and Lebanese micro-entrepreneurs in the Middle East. Following on the success of the six-month pilot…
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The NEXT SOCIETY introduced 1st Investment Academy

07 October 2019
As the lack of access to finance remains the main obstacle for innovative companies in the MENA region, co-funded EU open community of change makers THE NEXT SOCIETY introduced the 1st Investment Academy, a privileged 16-hour coaching on “Preparing for due Diligence” on 3 and 4 October 2019 in…
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Beirut welcomes the ANIMA 3rd Master Classes modules on economic development

07 October 2019
From 30 September to 4 October 2019, ANIMA Investment Network co-organised with Berytech, a platform to support entrepreneurship and innovation in Lebanon, the 3rd modules of the Master Classes, a cycle of certified training courses on territorial marketing and cooperation project management for 55…
Libya: EU-funded programme trains university professors

Libya: EU-funded programme trains university professors

24 September 2019
The EU-funded SLEIDSE programme offered a high-level international training in Entrepreneurship and Business Development Teaching to 6 Libyan University professors from Benghazi, Garyan, Misrata, Sabah, Tripoli and Zintan on 16-21 September in Tunis, Tunisia. This operational business education…
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Libya: EU provides teachers with laptops and computer training

20 September 2019
During week three of the professional development programme for teachers from African community schools in the Libyan city of Sabha, funded by the European Union, the teachers received laptops and computer training. “I enjoy having a dedicated laptop to work on. I did not know about the functions…
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Entrepreneurs in the MENA region: EU-funded THE NEXT SOCIETY launches its 3rd call for applications

18 September 2019
EU-funded THE NEXT SOCIETY is calling entrepreneurs and innovators in Algeria, Egypt, Jordan, Lebanon, Morocco, Palestine, and Tunisia to join the 3rd promotion of the Start-up Booster Track. Talented entrepreneurs and innovative businesses will be selected to benefit from the programme services to…
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EuroMed Women for Dialogue Forum: giving more visibility to women who fight cultural and gender stereotypes

13 September 2019
The EuroMed Women for Dialogue Forum was held on 11-12 September in Amman, Jordan, to promote renewed images of women as agents of intercultural dialogue in the region, and to counter prevailing stereotypes that still hamper women's full participation and potential in their societies. Organized by…
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The EU supports showcasing research-based start-ups: a Demo Day in Lebanon

06 September 2019
Within the context of THE NEXT SOCIETY, Berytech runs a 6-month acceleration programme for researchers, postgraduates, engineers and technicians willing to develop a start-up based on a research project: the Innovation Factory: From Research to Market programme. 11 teams passed the selection and…