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Rapport annuel 2017 du Fonds fiduciaire de la FEMIP : Au service des pays voisins du Sud - cover

Rapport annuel 2017 du Fonds fiduciaire de la FEMIP : Au service des pays voisins du Sud

d'investissement Banque européenne

Publisher: European Investment Bank

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Le Fonds fiduciaire de la FEMIP (FFF) a été créé pour combler les lacunes d'investissement en acheminant des ressources vers des projets relevant de certains secteurs prioritaires qui peuvent être améliorés grâce à la mise à disposition d'une assistance technique ou dont la viabilité financière peut être assurée par une opération sur capitaux à risques. Parmi ces secteurs prioritaires l'on peut citer notamment :

- l'accès au crédit pour les PME et les ETI ;
- les infrastructures, y compris les secteurs des transports, de l'énergie et de l'eau ;
- l'environnement, y compris la lutte contre les causes et les effets des changements climatiques ;
- le capital humain, la recherche et le développement (R-D) et l'innovation.Le FFF, qui a mobilisé 66,4 millions d'EUR de ressources de donateurs depuis 2004, a financé 77 opérations de subvention dans les pays du Moyen-Orient et d'Afrique du Nord (" MOAN "), qui ont abouti à 630 millions d'EUR d'opérations de panachage de ressources de la BEI, pour un investissement total de 1,35 milliard d'EUR.
Grâce à l'aide ininterrompue de 16 États membres de l'UE et de la Commission européenne, le FFF a approuvé 9,9 millions d'EUR d'opérations de subvention en 2017, soit le montant le plus élevé jamais atteint. Le FFF a été un acteur clé du partenariat entre l'UE et les pays partenaires méditerranéens en s'inscrivant dans le cadre du processus qui a encouragé le renouvellement économique et politique dans les pays voisins du Sud.

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