Capacity and Synergy building among NGDOs and LAs in Greece, Cyprus and Malta for development

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Formal Project Description
Contract Title Capacity and Synergy building among NGDOs and LAs in Greece, Cyprus and Malta for development
Project Acronym MeDevNet
Lead Partner European Perspective
Agreement n° DCI–NSA 2009/205-842
Partners Future Worlds Center
Countries of the action Greece, Cyprus, Malta
Cost of Action €353,700.00
Grant €265,275.00
Cost for FWC €85,000.00
Grant for FWC €63,750.00
Dates 01/01/2010 - 30/06/2011

About Project MeDevNet
Overall objective(s)
To enhance cooperation of NGDO platforms and LAs in the three countries, Greece, Cyprus and Malta, to become efficient agents of development and to participate in the planning of and the debate over EU development policy.
Specific objective(s)
  • Establish collaboration, networking and coordination among Development NGDO platforms and LAs across Greece, Cyprus, Malta with EU institutions and UCLGA
  • Empower and build Capacity within Development NSAs and LAs to create effective strategic actions for Development and Cooperation
  • Increase dialogue about Development issues
  • Establish a platform to facilitate capacity and synergy building among NGDOs and LAs in Greece, Malta and Cyprus, as well as to facilitate exchanges of expertise between them in order to develop coherent strategies for Development through structured dialogue.
Expected Results
  • Increased networking, communication and structured dialogue among a broad range of those involved in international development cooperation, NSAs & LΑs in partner countries and EU institutions which will lead to the development of a concrete strategy of cooperation.
  • Capacity built in each partner and associate partner organization on networking, lobbying and advocacy with a focus always on international development cooperation issues.
  • Reinforcement of the communication with the developing world through the cooperation with the experts from UCLGA and the migrants forums.