On next 15th and e 16th of June in Naples, a seminar concerning funding opportunities in the Euro-Mediterranean area will be organized by OpenMed in collaboration with the Mediterranean Foundation. The initiative is targeted to members of the Italian Anna Lindh Foundation (ALF) network and aims at increasing knowledge and capacities of participants concerning the main cooperation Programmes, project design methodologies and the management of international cooperation projects. The meeting is organized within the agreement which Mediterranean Foundation signed with OpenMed Association in quality of Italian network member, aiming at the joint organization and management of the seminary days. Objectives and expected results do include the contribution to an increase of opportunities for accessing European and international funds for the development of Euro-Mediterranean cooperation projects and initiatives as general objective and the increase of know-how and competences concerning the project design and management of Euro-Mediterranean cooperation initiatives and sharing of project experiences among participating Italian network members as specific objective. The main working tools and instruments will include the Project Cycle Management, the Logical Framework Approach and the presentation of successful case histories referred to Euro-Mediterranean cooperation projects. Speakers of the event will be Daniele Cocco, OpenMed coordinator, Emanuele Cabras, OpenMed president and Alaa Ezz, CCEBA (Confederation of Egyptian European Business Associations) General Secretary. For further information concerning the initiative please refer to the euro-med-funds-seminar-naples-detailed-program.