PRIMA Section 2 (2021) Call Results Announced!

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Within the framework of the PRIMA Program Section 2 launched in 2021, totally 28 projects will be funded. There are partners from Turkey in 11 of these 28 projects. The list of these projects is given in the table below. Please click here for the list of all projects to be funded.



Coordinating Institution

Consortium Partners

PI in Turkey


Novel Ecologically-Based ROdent management DEvelopment in Mediterranean countries


MetaMeta Anatolia


Turkiye*, Southern Cyprus, Greece, Morocco

Şükrü Esin,

Metameta Anatolia


Valorizing some pome and stone fruit germplasm variability to ensure resilience to climate change in the Mediterranean area


Erciyes University


Turkiye*, Spain, Italy, Morocco

Prof. Aydın Uzun,

Erciyes University


Agroecology-inspired Strategies and Tools to Enhance Resilience and ecosystem services in tomato crop

Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche


Italy*, Algeria,  Spain, Greece, Morocco, Portugal, Tunisia, Turkiye

Prof. İsmail Karaca,

Isparta University of Applied Sciences


Smart agriCulture optimization to CLImate Change Adaptation


Spanish National Research Council


Spain*, Algeria, Germany, Egypt, Spain, Morocco, Turkiye

Prof. Hamide Gübbük,

 Akdeniz University


Boosting functional biodiversity to maximize ecosystem services for Mediterranean crop production


University of



Italy*, Algeria, Germany, Greece, Morocco, Tunisia, Turkiye

Prof. Hasan Yılmaz,

Isparta University of Applied Sciences


Application of extreme temperatures in dried figs, dates, and currants disinfestation: sustainability in practice


University of Milan


Italy*, Germany, Greece, Israel, Turkiye

Prof. Mevlüt Emekçi,

Ankara University


Agroecological sheep/goat production system based on the valorisation of halophytes of saline area in the méditerranéen basin


Institut Superieur Agronomique de Chott Mariem


Tunisia*, Spain, France, Greece, Italy, Turkiye

Prof. Özkan Elmaz,

Burdur Mehmet Akif Ersoy University


Resilient Mediterranean with a holistic approach to sustainable agriculture: Addressing challenges of water, soil, energy and biodiversity


Hamburg University of Technology


Germany*, Greece, Portugal, Turkiye

Assoc. Prof. Aslı İşçi Yakan,

Ankara University


Innovative sustainable organic sea fennel (Crithmum maritimum L.)-based cropping systems to boost agrobiodiversity, profitability, circularity, and resilience to climate changes in Mediterranean small farms


Università Politecnica delle Marche


Italy*, Croatia, France, Tunisia, Turkiye

Assoc. Prof. Özlem Karahan Uysal,

Ege University


Development of a blockchain-based ecosystem that allows an improved positioning of small producers of honey on local and international markets


Centro de Investigacion y Tecnologia Agroalimentaria de Aragon


Spain*, Algeria, France, Italy, Luxemburg, Morocco, Tunisia, Turkiye

Assoc. Prof. Seval Mutlu Çamoğlu,

Ordu University


Ecological survey for biological management and protection of Mediterranean vineyards facing climate changes


Faculty of Science, University of Porto


Portugal*, Italy, Morocco, Turkiye

Prof. Mehmet Emin Duru,

Muğla Sıtkı Koçman University

* Coordinating Country

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