Enhancing Food Safety
in the Mediterranean
What FoSaMed aims to do
The main goal of the FoSaMed project is the implementation of a new joint Master’s programme on food safety.
FoSaMed brings together 4 Moroccan Higher Education institutions and 3 European partners promoting inclusive education through curriculum development and teacher education on food safety.
The objectives of the FoSaMed project include to qualify Moroccan academics for modern and innovative teaching methodologies, to support Moroccan HEIs in designing a Master Programme on food safety associated to the recovery and promotion of the traditional Mediterranean diet and to short food supply chains, and to contribute to inclusive higher education, which integrates underprivileged groups, such as women, rural populations and refugees and gives them equal access to knowledge and the opportunities it brings.
What FoSaMed aims to do
FoSaMed aims to bring together Moroccan HEIs that promote inclusive education through curriculum development and teacher education on food safety.
The main specific objective of the project is the development of a joint Master’s Programme, within the curricula of the IAV, ENA, IBN and UMP that will receive the support of the project coordinator the University of Évora (UEVORA) together with the University of Barcelona (UB) and the Mediterranean Universities Union (UNIMED).
The Fosamed Master is coming!
Fosamed – Project Timeline
The FoSaMed project has just completed its first face-to-face training at the Campus de l'Alimentació de Torribera, University of Barcelona, held from July 18 to 22. Partners have now moved to Portugal, where the University of Évora is hosting the second...
FoSaMed is getting ready for the face-to-face training moments to be held at the University of Barcelona from July 18 to 22 July and at the University of Évora from July 25 to 29. According to the needs assessed, resulting from the report produced at WP1, and the...
On June 23, 2022, the FoSaMed project and its Master on food safety were presented during the seminar organized by the Association of Engineers Laureates of the ENA of Meknes, partner of the project. The presentation of the master was possible thanks to the support...
This project has been funded with support from the European Union. This website reflects the view only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein. The project number is 618518-EPP-T-2020-1-PT-EPPKA2-CBHE-JP