Boosting cross border Organic Ecosystem through enhancing agro-food alliances

We are here to help spread awareness about the organic ecosystem, farming and produce.

Are you a Farmer, exporter or anyone interested in organic farming? Are you looking for technical assistance? If so, ENI’s Organic Ecosystem Project offers you good opportunities.

Partners & Donors

This project is implemented by ENI (The ENI CBC Mediterranean Sea Basin Program)

The European Neighborhood Policy (ENP) aims to develop a special relationship between the EU and each of its partner countries, contributing to the development of an area of shared security, prosperity and good neighborliness. To this end, the EU has been working hand in hand with its Mediterranean partners to design cooperation programs that take into account each country’s specific needs and features.

Summary of Project Benefits

  • 1 organic cross-border network established for cooperation, dialogue, knowledge transfer among stakeholders of the organic sector
  • 40 training days to provide MSMEs with tools and methods aimed at boosting organic production, processing and marketing
  • 25 MSMEs receiving consultancy services to facilitate their entry in innovative organic value chains and participating in international agro-food fairs
  • 1 cross-border lab to facilitate networking among organic producers, researchers, business angels,  public authorities and stakeholders

Project Duration

The program started in 2019 and runs until 2022

Project Details

Agriculture puts a lot of pressure on the environment. Soil fertility, biodiversity and human life are all negatively impacted by intensive and extensive farming. There is no doubt that organic agriculture is a great solution to achieve food safety and security as well as environmental sustainability. However, organic agriculture is still relatively underdeveloped in Mediterranean countries with heterogeneous situations from country to country. Main shared challenges are inconsistent or lacking support policies from national/local governments, low innovation capacities, limited knowledge of sustainable farming practices, and a weak value chain where MSMEs operate in a disaggregated way. ORGANIC ECOSYSTEM project aims at reducing these obstacles and make the MSMEs operating in organic agriculture more competitive and better integrated. The project intends to establish a cross-border agro-food ecosystem which will set the ground for the development of the Mediterranean whole organic sector. This will be encouraged through new business alliances, creation of innovative value chains, and specialized support provided to MSMEs to increase the quality and the commercialization of products and their capacities to access to new markets

Your Benefits

The establishment of a Mediterranean organic ecosystem will result in better support policies, more efficient tools and services and, in consequence, increased competitiveness of organic MSMEs that will scale-up and access new markets. New job opportunities will be created and income will be leveraged for organic farmers.  It is also expected that a significant number of MSMEs will convert to organic farming, thus contributing to soil conservation and environmental sustainability.

Your Commitment

No Commitment (Awareness project)

Interested to apply?

Jordan Exporters and producers association for fruit and vegetables (JEPA)

Tel: (+9626) 5699631

Email: jepa@jepa.org.jo