ACCD - Catalan Agency for Development Cooperation

Last modified: 
09/06/2020 - 11:12am

The Catalan Agency for Development Cooperation is implementing a European project, funded by the UE titled "MASAR for Local Governments - Maintaining Strength and Resilience.

The project is dedicated to strengthening the capacities of local governments (municipalities and municipal unions) so that they can respond to the demographic and economic pressure caused by the massive influx of Syrian refugees to structures structurally very impoverished bordering Syria.

By linking humanitarian aid and long-term development, the project will be implemented for three years in Lebanon and Iraq. The ACCD will be responsible for executing the project with municipalities in the Tripoli region, in northern Lebanon.

Acronym: 
ACCD
Organisation Type: 
International Government Agency
Founding Year: 
2003
Country of Origin: 
ES
Intervention Sector(s): 
Citizenship
Democracy & Civic rights
Displaced Population
Good governance and transparency
Infrastructure & Services Rehabilitation
Contact person's position: 
MASAR Admin & Finance Assistant
Contact person's email: 
Contact person's phone number: 
00961 - 3 - 466 322
Address: 
4th Floor
Via Laietana 14
08003 Barcelona
Spain
Phone: 0034 93 554 54 00
Fax: 0034 93 554 78 05
ES
City: 
Barcelona
Street: 
Via Laietana 14
Phone: 
0034 93 554 54 00
Website: 
Fax: 
0034 93 554 78 05
Contact person's name: 
MASAR Project
Partnerships: 
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Calls

Call

The Catalan Agency for Development Cooperation (ACCD) is responsible for implementing the MASAR Project in two Unions of Municipalities in the coastal plain North of Tripoli.
In order to create a pool of Construction companies, ACCD is launching this “Call for participation – Profiling of construction companies”. Companies will be contacted on a needs basis and invited to a selection/tendering process.

Tuesday, 30 June 2020
Expired
Call

The Catalan Agency for Development Cooperation (ACCD) is responsible for implementing the MASAR Project in two Unions of Municipalities in the coastal plain North of Tripoli: the Union of Menieh (North Lebanon) and the Union of Oussat wa Sahel al Qaytaa (Akkar). In order to create a pool of Consultants, ACCD is launching this “Call for expression of interest”. Experts will be contacted on a needs basis and invited to a selection process.

Monday, 22 June 2020
Expired

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Job

MASAR for Local Governments is a programme funded by the EU MADAD trust fund. The overall aim of the programme is to strengthen the long-term resilience of targeted subnational governments and their host, refugee and IDP populations to deal with displacement.

This programme will mobilise municipal experts from Lebanon and Europe to contribute to build the capacity of subnational governments. This will include, among others, provision of technical advice; training; coaching and mentoring addressed to municipal Planning Units or Service Departments.

Wednesday, 28 August 2019
Expired
Job

MASAR for Local Governments is a programme funded by the EU MADAD trust fund. The overall aim of the programme is to strengthen the long-term resilience of targeted subnational governments and their host, refugee and IDP populations to deal with displacement.

This programme will mobilise municipal experts from Lebanon and Europe to contribute to build the capacity of subnational governments. This will include, among others, provision of technical advice; training; coaching and mentoring addressed to municipal Planning Units or Service Departments.

Wednesday, 28 August 2019
Expired

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Project

MASAR for Local Governments is a program funded by the EU MADAD trust fund. 
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