The CIHEAM is a Mediterranean intergovernmental organization
Founded in 1962, the CIHEAM has been devoted to the sustainable development of agriculture and fisheries, food and nutrition security and rural and coastal areas in the Mediterranean
Education and Capacity Building
The CIHEAM Institutes welcome students, researchers and professionals of various nationalities and offer masters programmes and short specialised courses.
Scientific diplomacy features among the CIHEAM's main missions. This is achieved by the contribution of the organisation to the production of multidisciplinary knowledge through its expertise and the implementation of collaborative research projects.
Mediterra is the CIHEAM’s flagship publication and provides an in-depth analysis of the major challenges related to agriculture, food and rural areas in the Mediterranean.
CIHEAM Ministerial Meetings
Sustainable dialogue between Mediterranean countries on agricultural, food and rural issues
Launched in 2007, this quarterly electronic publication provides summarised and geographically targeted analyses on emerging issues in the Mediterranean Basin.
The Watch Letters target a broad audience and are intended to feed the debate on issues related to agriculture, food and rural areas in the region.
The 38 issues published so far represent a total of more than 550 articles involving more than 420 authors. The publication is directed and coordinated by the CIHEAM Headquarters.
WL 40 Strengthening the Role of Women in Rural and Agricultural Areas – Obstacles and Opportunities
WL 39 Animal Health and Livestock, Mediterranean Perspectives
WL 38 Rural Innovation and Digital Revolution in Agriculture
WL 37 Mediterranean Agriculture and Climate Change, Impacts, Adaptations, Solutions
WL 36 Crisis and Resilience in the Mediterranean
WL 35 Milk and Dairy products in the Mediterranean
WL 34 THE POST-2015 AND MEDITERRANEAN FUTURES
WL 33 Invasive species in the Mediterranean
WL 32 Feeding Expo Milano with Mediterranean perspectives
WL 31 The Mediterranean Sea: Fisheries and Beyond
WL 30 Food Waste and Losses in the Mediterranean
WL 29 Corporate Social Responsibility in the Mediterranean Agro-Food Sector
WL 28 Land Issues in the Mediterranean Countries
WL 27 European common agricultural policy (CAP) reform and the Mediterranean challenges
WL 26 Farmers' Trade Union in the Mediterranean Countries
WL 25 The Future of the Mediterranean Forests
WL 24 Rural Development in the Mediterranean Countries
WL 23 Cereal Issues in the Mediterranean
WL 22 Education in the Mediterranean: Trends and Challenges
WL 21 Enhancing Research in the Mediterranean
WL 20 Agri-Food Chain and Logistics in the Mediterranean