Development Gateway Receives Grant from the French Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs

March 21, 2012
Andrea Calabrese
News/Events

Development Gateway has received a grant from the French Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs (MAEE) for EUR 600,000, to be used for a series of research and innovation activities over a three year period.  M. Jean-Baptiste Mattei, Director-General for Globalization, Partnerships, and Development, and Jean-Louis Sarbib, CEO of Development Gateway, signed the agreement on March 15 at a ceremony in Paris. After signing the agreement, the parties discussed the activities to be funded under the grant in 2012, which will include work on data visualization and analytics and other areas. France has been represented on Development Gateway’s Board of Directors since 2010.

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