Decentralized cooperation

In the French sense, decentralized cooperation exists when one (or several) local French authorities develop relations with one (or several) local foreign authorities. It includes establishing friendship relations or twinning among local and foreign municipalities in promoting activities abroad, development of local communities in countries, technical assistance, humanitarian actions, management of joint cooperative projects and interregional cooperation. This definition is included in the orientation law n ° 92-125 of 6 February 1992 on the territorial administration of the Republic.

This section presents the pilot projects of decentralized cooperation in Lebanon. Data included helps to highlight or develop the already existing partnership or those still under establishment.

Agriculture

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Call for project

Institutional support

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Sanitation

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Economy

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Education

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Energies

Culture

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Coastal public property

Water

Green spaces

Solid waste management

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Built Heritage

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Health

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Transport

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