The aim of FAME is to foster the development of the Common Monitoring and Evaluation System (CMES) established by Article 107 of the EMFF Regulation.
Like the other European Structural and Investment Funds, the EMFF adopted a reinforced result-orientation for the period 2014-2020, and must demonstrate that it delivers results that go beyond mere financial consumption.
FAME supports the European Commission and the EU countries in building capacity across all components of the CMES and ensures that effective and efficient systems are in place, delivering the information required by the Common Provision Regulation (CPR) and the EMFF Regulation.
To achieve this aim, the Commission has established in 2015 a support unit with the following objectives:
The FAME support unit brings together a network of experts with a wide range of professional experiences relevant to the project. The core team of the FAME support unit is based in Brussels and provides support at EU level and in the EU countries through working papers, reports, stories presenting good projects, workshops, presentations, needs assessments, peer reviews and trainings.
FAME Support UnitBoulevard de la Woluwe 2B-1150 BrusselsTel : +32 2 775 84 44
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The EU is actively promoting sustainable fisheries around the world. In this context, the EU has on 7 July extended the protocol to the existing Fisheries Partnership Agreement (FPA) with the Islamic Republic of Mauritania for one year.
The Commission adopted its annual communication taking stock of the implementation of the common fisheries policy (CFP) and launched a public consultation on the fishing opportunities for 2021.
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