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  • del 14 de febrer de 2020 al 15 d'abril de 2020

    PRIMA - Topic 2.3.1 (RIA) Agri-food supply chain

    Ministerio de Ciencia e Innovación

    Dirigit a: Any entity form the following countries: Croatia, Cyprus, France, Germany, Greece, Italy, Luxembourg, Malta, Portugal, Spain, Slovenia, Israel, Tunisia, Turkey, Algeria, Jordan, Egypt, Lebanon and Morocco.

    SRIA priority addressed:
    3.3 Implementation of innovation in the Agri-food chain, promoting higher quality, sustainability and competitiveness, with particular reference to smallholders

    Adoption of technological and organisational innovations for quality and sustainability among Mediterranean firms results to be very low especially with reference to Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs), which are a significant economic and employment driver in the area.

    Types of action: Innovation Action (RIA)
    Funding level: Depending on National Regulations
    Technology Readiness levels (TRL): TRL 3-5
    Duration of the projects: from 36 months to 48 months
    Submission and evaluation procedure: Two-stage application procedure. For the first stage, a short proposal (maximum 10 pages) must be submitted by the first deadline. Successful applicants in the first stage will be invited to the second stage to submit a full proposal (maximum 50 pages).

    Consortium must present at least three legal entities from three different countries, being at least one EU country and one non-EU country.
     

  • del 14 de febrer de 2020 al 15 d'abril de 2020

    PRIMA - Topic 2.2 1 -(RIA) Farming systems

    Ministerio de Ciencia e Innovación

    Dirigit a: Any entity form the following countries: Croatia, Cyprus, France, Germany, Greece, Italy, Luxembourg, Malta, Portugal, Spain, Slovenia, Israel, Tunisia, Turkey, Algeria, Jordan, Egypt, Lebanon and Morocco.

    SRIA priority addressed:
    2.1 Adaptation of agriculture to climate change

    Genetic and plant breeding but cropping system diversification, and spatial organisation, as well as diversification of animals are also important for improving resilience to climate change.
    2.2 Developing sustainable and productive agro-ecosystems
    Better integration of natural environmental regulation of biotic and abiotic stresses into farming systems, optimization of input use, development of new cropping systems and use of digital technologies. To do so, the specificity of Mediterranean ecosystem assets and vulnerabilities must be taken into account and solutions adapted to local conditions must be developed.

    Types of action: Innovation Action (RIA)
    Funding level: Depending on National Regulations
    Technology Readiness levels (TRL): TRL 3-5
    Duration of the projects: from 36 months to 48 months
    Submission and evaluation procedure: Two-stage application procedure. For the first stage, a short proposal (maximum 10 pages) must be submitted by the first deadline. Successful applicants in the first stage will be invited to the second stage to submit a full proposal (maximum 50 pages).

    Consortium must present at least three legal entities from three different countries, being at least one EU country and one non-EU country.
     

  • del 14 de febrer de 2020 al 15 d'abril de 2020

    PRIMA - Topic 2.1.1 (RIA) Irrigation Efficiency

    Ministerio de Ciencia e Innovación

    Dirigit a: Any entity form the following countries: Croatia, Cyprus, France, Germany, Greece, Italy, Luxembourg, Malta, Portugal, Spain, Slovenia, Israel, Tunisia, Turkey, Algeria, Jordan, Egypt, Lebanon and Morocco.

    SRIA priority addressed: 1.3 Irrigation technologies and practices
    To improve irrigation water productivity while minimizing the possible environmental risks associated with irrigation also considering aspects related with the efficient use of energy in pressurized irrigation networks.

    Types of action: Innovation Action (RIA)
    Funding level: Depending on National Regulations
    Technology Readiness levels (TRL): TRL 3-5
    Duration of the projects: from 36 months to 48 months
    Submission and evaluation procedure: Two-stage application procedure. For the first stage, a short proposal (maximum 10 pages) must be submitted by the first deadline. Successful applicants in the first stage will be invited to the second stage to submit a full proposal (maximum 50 pages).

    Consortium must present at least three legal entities from three different countries, being at least one EU country and one non-EU country.