Center for Mediterranean Integration

The CMI provides communities of practice focused on core development issues across the region with a space for joint learning that empowers them to tackle critical challenges, collectively find actionable solutions, and, in so doing, contribute to the prosperity of the region as a whole.

Acting as a network among networks supporting transformational reforms and greater regional integration, the Center engages with Mediterranean countries in constructive dialogues where knowledge and experiences are shared and solutions to common problems are identified and discussed.

Created in 2009, the CMI brings together six governments (Egypt, France, Jordan, Lebanon, Morocco and Tunisia) and two international financial institutions active in the region (the European Investment Bank and the World Bank), which cooperate through an organizational arrangement managed by the World Bank.