Grant Agreement France

Each year, the Agency also concludes non-thematic “Lead Agency” bilateral agreements with partners in European countries (Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Luxembourg) in which an agency handles project-related submissions and evaluations. These agreements allow French researchers to propose projects with teams from one of these countries and create scientific communities that extend across borders. Strategic partnerships on key issues also lead to bilateral agreements and specific appeals. The NRO is working with the Federal Research Ministry (BMBF) to strengthen Franco-German scientific cooperation in areas such as energy, materials, antibiotic resistance and civil security. In addition, part of the grant will be used to develop sustainable and income-generating agricultural sectors in fish farming and horticulture. The project will be launched in September 2020. It was delayed because of the pandemic crisis Covid 19. Regularly confronted with post-emergency situations, the Haitian tax administration has embarked on a reorganization work based on the needs of taxpayers with the aim of giving each service the means to work on the basis of simplified procedures The agency also forges partnerships on ERA-NET and ERA-NET Cofund, The Joint European Programmes (EJP), Article 185 and Coordination and Support Actions (CSA) and propose calls for specific multilateral proposals in support of European cooperation on specific themes. The IMB currently has a training plan for the October 2016-October 2017 period to strengthen the skills of these officers. Many cooperations have also been established in Asia, with Japan (JST) in the CREST programme for symbiotic interaction, Singapore (NRF) in areas such as energy and materials, Taiwan (MOST) and Hong Kong (RGC) in a wide range of scientific fields.

The project supports the IMB in this restructuring work through 4 activities: The project aims to strengthen the TVET training system in order to improve the socio-professional integration of Liberian youth in the labour market. After five years, at least 2,000 Liberian youth are expected to be trained in much-needed technical skills in the fields of electricity, construction, agriculture and coding. In North America, the Agency has developed several collaborations with the American National Science Foundation (NSF) in the field of PIRE and CRCNS programs. It also has partnerships with the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council (NSERC) in Canada in the areas of environment, energy and digital technology, as well as with the Quebec Environmental and Social Sciences and Humanities Research Fund (QRF).

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