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Medina, in brief

How to ensure quantitative and qualitative food security in the Mediterranean countries? What would be the impacts on the organization of food systems, from the distribution up to the production sector? How to keep a place for locally produced traditional Mediterranean foods in a context of strong urbanization and globalization of the agro-food trade?

Ten partners, from French, Tunisian and international institutions and organizations, with complementary expertises in nutrition, food sciences, agronomy and economics, work together in the Medina project to shed new light on these questions. The ambition of the project is to propose tracks for sustainable solutions, based on scenarios, to optimize the contribution of food systems to public health objectives.

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Medina Workshop in Tunis

Next Medina meeting in Tunis from 23 to 25 March 2016

The partners of the Medina project will meet in Tunis from 23 to 25 March 2016 to discuss about the project next steps.
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Medina project coordination meeting

Medina project coordination meeting (October 2014)

The partners of the Medina project met at Agropolis International, in Montpellier, on October 2-3. This was the opportunity to take stock of the...
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Field trip in Tunisia

Field trip in Tunisia (November 2013)

A filed trip in Tunisia was held from 28/10 to 02/11.
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TRANSMED

Medina presented during TRANSMED kick-off meeting (September 2013)

The Medina project has been presented at the common kick-off meeting of all projects selected in the framework of the ANR TRANSMED programme, held on...
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participants

Medina kick-off meeting held on May 30th, 2013

The Medina project has been launched on the 30th of May, in Montpellier. The kick-off meeting was held at Agropolis International and gathered 19...
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