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Final Report Summary - ST-EAP (Science and technology - Europe Africa project)
The ultimate aim of the ST-EAP project was to strengthen the Science and technology (S&T) cooperation amongst African scientists, as well as amongst African and European scientists. The project focused specifically on the area of Sub-Saharan Africa. The main objectives of the ...
Programme: FP6-INCO
Record Number: 52999
Last updated on: 2011-11-25
Final Report Summary - WATERWEB (Water resource strategies and drought alleviation in Western Balkan agriculture)
The ultimate aim of the WATERWEB project was to introduce strategic water management for drought alleviation and sustainable agricultural practices in the region of Western Balkans (WB), as well as to establish and reinforce research expertise in a range of technologies for wa...
Programme: FP6-INCO
Record Number: 53013
Last updated on: 2012-02-14
Final Report Summary - SARIB (Sava river basin: Sustainable use, management and protection of resources)
The Sava river is the biggest tributary to the Danube river and its catchment extends over four Balkan countries, namely Slovenia, Croatia, Bosnia-Herzegovina and Serbia. Until 1991, the collection of hydrologic and environmental data was satisfactory and unified across the en...
Programme: FP6-INCO
Record Number: 51704
Last updated on: 2011-04-14
Final Report Summary - SHIELD (Strategies for health insurance mechanisms to address health system inequities in Ghana, South Africa and Tanzania)
The ultimate aim of the SHIELD project was to critically evaluate existing inequities in health care systems in three African countries, namely in Ghana, South Africa and Tanzania, and the extent to which health insurance mechanisms could address equity challenges. This resear...
Programme: FP6-INCO
Record Number: 53001
Last updated on: 2011-11-25
Final Report Summary - MEDITATE (Mediterranean development of innovative technologies for integrated water management)
The objective of this project, which was completed within the wider 'MEDITATE' project framework, was to design, validate and test the use of an autonomous underwater vehicle (AUV) in the study of underwater springs in order to detect and acquire a sufficient amount of water m...
Programme: FP6-INCO
Record Number: 50771
Last updated on: 2011-04-14
Final Report Summary - OPTIMA (Optimisation for sustainable water management)
The overall aim of the OPTIMA project was to develop, implement, test, critically evaluate and exploit an innovative, scientifically rigorous and practical approach to integrated water resources' management, which intended to increase efficiencies and reconcile conflicting dem...
Programme: FP6-INCO
Record Number: 50770
Last updated on: 2011-04-14
Final Report Summary - SOWAMED (Network for the exchange of methodologies and expertise on sustainable water management and land husbandry in the Mediterranean)
The SOWAMED project aimed to establish a methodology and an exchange network as well as to build expertise capacity among the members of research projects in the domains of sustainable land and water resources management and prevention of risks on cultivated and inhabited wate...
Programme: FP6-INCO
Record Number: 47824
Last updated on: 2011-04-14
Multilateral Network to promote research on sustainable solid waste Management for INCO target countries
ID: 43658
Start date: 2006-12-01, End date: 2008-11-30
The overall objective of the WASTENet SSA is to support international research and co-operation in the area of sustainable solid waste management with a particular focus on appropriate technologies, policy constraints of dissemination and implementation an d success-oriented c...
Programme: FP6-SUSTDEV
Record Number: 84017
Last updated on: 2007-07-02
Final Report Summary - INECO (Institutional and economic instruments for sustainable water management in the Mediterranean region)
Water availability in Mediterranean is unquestionably limited, due to low rate of natural renewal of surface and groundwater supplies, unwise water allocation and use and increasing pollution loads that are discharged to water bodies. A supply oriented, centralised approach wa...
Programme: FP6-INCO
Record Number: 51980
Last updated on: 2011-04-14
Institutional and economic instruments for sustainable water management in the Mediterranean region
ID: 517673
Start date: 2006-07-01, End date: 2009-06-30
The objective of INECO is to establish a Mediterranean network of research institutes, public authorities and stakeholders for coordinating research and analysing decision making practices on the application of institutional changes in the water sector. IN ECO encompasses a se...
Programme: FP6-INCO
Record Number: 80112
Last updated on: 2009-10-30
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