Workshop for the presentation of EVE project

Borj Cedria, 8th December 2021

On Wednesday December 8th, 2021, from 10 am to 12.30 pm, at the amphitheater of the ISSTE of Borj Cedria, the Higher Institute of Environmental Sciences and Technologies, a workshop was held to present the EVE project, “Efficiency and Valorization of irrigation water through pilot actions in Sicily and Tunisia”. The project is part of the ENI Cross-border Cooperation Programme Italy – Tunisia 2014-2020, it is funded by the European Union and it is implemented by ICU in two cities: Alcamo in Sicily, Italy, and Nabeul in Tunisia. The project partners are the Société de Gestion de la Technopole de Borj Cedria (SGTBC) and the municipality of Alcamo (VDA); the associated partners are the Commissariat Régional au Développement Agricole de Nabeul (CRDA), the Regional Department of Agriculture, Rural Development and Mediterranean Fisheries of the Sicily Region (ASSAGRI) and the IRRITEC S.P.A. company.

The workshop was organized by ICU and SGTBC, with the aim to promote the project and to present it to the students of the Institute.

Share the article
Share on facebook
Share on twitter
Share on linkedin
Share on email

More news

20 March 2023

In the framework of the Nabeul Ville Verte project, which is part of the European Union’s Climate for Cities (C4C)...

20 March 2023

#PROSIM project Lead Beneficiary (LB) and ICU Director Dr. Daniele Bonetti visiting this week the المركز الوطني للبحوث الزراعية National...

30 January 2023

Provision of basic health services in Lebanon Tender REF Tender/02/PASs/ICU/20/01/2023 The Institute for University Cooperation – ICU Onlus intends to...

Personal informations




Please select the languages spoken

Work experience

Previous experience with NGOs/private companies and or Public institutions

File upload

Upload your cover letter
Upload your CV

Contact informations

Support us


Bank transfer
Where: BPER – Banca Popolare dell’Emilia Romagna
Automatic debit on current account
Devolve your 5×1000

* Donations made in favor of ICU are tax deductible