• 24
  • Oct

The Funds and Programmes Division (FPD), in its remit as Managing Authority of the European Maritime and Fisheries Fund Operational Programme for Malta 2014-2020, is hereby announcing the launch of an open call for project proposals aimed at fishing vessel owners for investments in equipment or on board, energy efficiency audits and schemes and studies to assess the contribution of alternative propulsion systems and hull designs. 

  • 24
  • Oct

The Funds and Programmes Division (FPD), in its remit as Managing Authority of the European Maritime and Fisheries Fund Operational Programme for Malta 2014-2020, is hereby announcing the launch of an open call for project proposals aimed at fishing vessel owners for the replacement or modernisation of propulsion engines.

  • 18
  • Oct

The Funds and Programmes Division (FPD), in its remit as Managing Authority of the European Maritime and Fisheries Fund Operational Programme for Malta 2014-2020, is hereby announcing the launch of an open call for project proposals which seeks to support investments contributing to the diversification of the income of fishermen through the development of complementary activities, including investments on board, angling tourism, restaurants and environmental services related to fishing and educational activities concerning fishing.

  • 12
  • Oct

Tallinn 12/10/2017

PRESS RELEASE

 

Presentation of program results – Tallinn, 12 and 13 October 2017

  • 30
  • Jan

Athens 30/1/2017

PRESS RELEASE

 

Legal framework a barrier for small scale fishermen

  • 07
  • Jan

Malta 7/1/2017

 

Support Measures for Small Scale Fisheries Seminar in Malta

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Unjoni Ewropea

Dan il-proġett rċieva fondi mil Unjoni Ewropea (EC/Directorate-General for Maritime Affaris and Fisheries). Is-sejħa għall-proposti, ppublikata taħt id-deċiżjoni tal-Kummisjoni C(2014)6313 finali, li approvat il-fondi għal dan, u numru ieħor ta’ proġetti pilota.

Kull dritt miżmum.

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