Terms of Reference call for proposal of Sub Grants


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RWDS is currently an implementing partner of the project ““Sustainable Networks for Agro-food Innovation Leading in the Mediterranean – MedSNAIL”. The project is lead by FAMP - Andalusian Federation of Cities and Provinces - Spain and involve another 5 Organizations from different countries. Slow food Foundation –Italy, ESDU - American University of Beirut – Lebanon, University of Sfax – Tunisia, Gozo Regional Committee – Malta, and NAMAA – Jordan.

Sustainable Networks for Agro-food Innovation Leading in the Mediterranean, MedSNAIL, Registration number A_A.1.2_0261


MedSNAIL overall objective is to strengthen collaboration among the key territorial stakeholders (mainly agro-food enterprises, public authorities and thematic associations and networks) and to establish an Euro-Mediterranean agro-food business alliance – developed according to the “SLOW” approach – able to set up shared, bottom-up strategies and measures for sustainable and durable development of the sector, beyond the major economic trends. More specifically, the proposal will apply the SLOW FOOD principles to pilot rural areas, and develop cooperation and support strategies and tools for the creation and diffusion of brands for typical agro-food products - able to trigger development while preserving and valorising local heritage and identity.


The MedSNAIL project aims to foster the enhancement and development of small-scale traditional agro-food value chains that will offer increased business opportunities and more socio-environmental sustainability.
The main objective of this call for subgrant proposals is to enhance and improve the agro-food value chains by addressing the production needs of the grantees by the purchase of equipment for supporting agro-food production, the purchase of materials to support production and quality, and the purchase of packaging design, printing activities for labeling products.


The overall indicative amount made available under this call for sub-grant proposals is EUR 34,480.00.
Rural Women’s Development Society (RWDS) as project partner reserves the right not to award all available funds.
Size of sub-grants
Any grant requested under this call for proposals must not exceed the available amount per each sub grant:
Maximum of 8,620.00 EUR
Number of sub-grants
This call for application will award grants to a minimum of FOUR (4) applicants.

Eligible activities for which an application may be made

Duration: The initial planned duration of an activity may not exceed Three months. In any case, the activity should not finish after 25th July 2023, regardless of the start date of the implementation of this activity. Thus, the activity should last less than three months if this is necessary to meet the deadline (25/07/2023).
Types of activity: Activities supporting agro-food production:
● The purchase of equipment for supporting agro-food production (such as food small-scale processing plants, greenhouses, agricultural inputs, etc.)
● The purchase of materials to support production and quality.
● The purchase of packaging design, printing activities for labeling products.

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