Partners

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The Project relies upon scientific and technical contributions of a balanced variety of Partners that have made available their expertise and experience for the successful implementation of the Project.

Beneficiary

The Italian Ministry of Cultural Heritage and Tourism (MIBACT), is responsible for general coordination, development of the DMO model and related guidelines, creation of the international network and the transnational Observatory on Sustainable Tourism, as well as for communication and promotional activities.

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The Department of Tourism of Sardinia Region, contributing to communication activities and particularly to the promotion of underwater tourism.

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The Municipality of Cabras, Managing Authority of the Marine Protected Area “Penisola del Sinis/Isola di mal di Ventre”, in Italy, contributes to the definition of the DMO model and guidelines and to DMO contextualization according to the specific features of its destination.

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The Stazione Zoologica Anton Dohrn of Naples, with a scientific advisory role for mainstreaming biodiversity conservation, is in charge of the environmental monitoring in the three target areas of the Project.

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The University for foreigners “Dante Alighieri” of Reggio Calabria, in Italy, is in charge of training and capacity-building activities.

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The Municipality of Mahdia contributes to contextualizing the DMO model to the specific features of its destination.

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The National Institute of Marine, Sciences and Technologies (INSTM) of Tunisia, is responsible for the local implementation of the environmental monitoring system for the area of Mahdia.

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The Aqaba Marine Park in Jordan, contributes to contextualizing the DMO model to the specific features of its destination.

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Al-Balqa Applied University in Jordan, is in charge of steering the contextualization of the DMO model as well as related training and capacity-building activities, and is responsible for developing business alliances.

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