Med4Waste is launching a Call for Lebanese Companies and NGOs (Deir El Qanon, Lebanon)
1. The MED4WASTE Project Med4Waste is a capitalization project funded by the ENI CBC MED program focusing on waste management prioritization. The objective of the Med4Waste project is to facilitate the emergence of new governance models for integrated and efficient urban waste management policies in the Mediterranean, with a particular emphasis on organic waste and the circular economy. This involves adapting waste management plans, policies, and other management actions, as well as normative factors, in selected territories. Med4Waste focuses on identifying successful and effective waste management practices developed by other projects, disseminating them, and integrating them into policies and public plans led by relevant public or private actors. The project is implemented in 6 countries in the region, including Spain, Greece, Tunisia, Lebanon, Jordan, and Italy.
2. Social Entrepreneurship Program for Integrated Waste Management: Through this program, the MED4WASTE project aims to promote social entrepreneurship in the field of waste management, with a focus on innovative and integrated solutions. MED4WASTE will provide 12 subcontracting procedures to implement a €5,000 action in support of 6 beneficiary municipalities through the mentoring program
: - Municipality of Byrain (Jordan) - Municipality of Madaba (Jordan) - Municipality of Diar el qanon (Lebanon) - Municipality of Akkar el Attika (Lebanon) - Municipality of Msaken (Tunisia) - Municipality of Mahdia (Tunisia).
These terms of reference concern only the municipality of Deir El Qanon Based on the identified needs and challenges for each municipality, the subcontracting procedure will target local SMEs, NGOs, and other stakeholders of each subnational authority. This process will support these SMEs/NGOs or others in developing socially valuable waste management solutions and technologies that can address the challenges faced by participating local authorities
B. Submission of offers.
Technical and financial offers, as well as requested in the terms of reference, must be sent no later than Sunday 23rd of July 2023 (23:59 CET) to this email: Funds@businessmed-umce.org mentioning in the subject line: Submission Social Entrepreneurship Programme for Integrated Waste Management (Municipality concerned).