The Safir Ecosysteme

Find out more about the partners that make up the Safir community: incubators, civil society organisations and universities, and the projects that they support in each country!

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Global Entrepreneurship Network Association

Civil Society Organisation (CSO)
The Global Entrepreneurship Network Association is a non-profit association working for the promotion of entrepreneurship.
It is interconnected to a global network, the global entrepreneurship network (GEN), which today brings together more than 170 countries. The Global Entrepreneurial Network Association brings to its partners and members a significant number of opportunities. It is commited to promoting an entrepreneurial culture and to contribute to the strengthening of the entrepreneurial ecosystem. It also intends to be a space for incubation, acceleration, networking and the development of business partnerships.

Help budding entrepreneurs develop their ideas and transform them into startups that thrive, accelerate innovation and create jobs
Participate in the establishment of an effective entrepreneurial network
Contribute to strengthening the entrepreneurial ecosystem and build lasting links between its stakeholders

Project(s) supported by this organisation:

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Abderrahmane Mira University - Bejaïa

Algeria - Bejaïa
The University of Bejaia was created in 1983 as a National Institute of Higher Education then promoted to a University Center in 1992 and finally to be erected into a University in 1998.

Beyond its mission to ensure quality education for its students, the University of Bejaia works to train responsible citizens who are concerned about the environmental, social and ethical consequences of their actions and decisions.

The Bejaia University incubator opens up support, integrating sustainable development approaches, to innovative, profitable and sustainable projects. These projects are supported for the creation of an economic and social startup. In addition to the support service, the incubator welcomes incubates within its structure, by providing them with a workspace - office services - and a research space - prototyping services.

The diversity of the projects of the Bejaia university incubator involves a transversality of the profiles of the beneficiaries, in particular:

● students, teachers or ATS who seek to launch and develop a new innovative product or service by integrating a reflection of sustainable development;
● entrepreneurs or companies wishing to develop a new product or service on the basis of sustainable development thinking integrated into their design and implementation;
● associations and communities wishing to meet a local need by setting up a program combining the skills of the incubator and local partners.

Project(s) supported by this organisation:

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Bothorana for Training and Capacity Building

Civil Society Organisation (CSO)
Bothorona for Training and capacity Building in the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan implements national programs and projects to improve living conditions and foster socio- economic development among vulnerable groups of the society. Our mission is to provide individuals and local institutions with the knowledge, leadership and life skills they need to actively shape together the political, social and economic context in which they live.

We achieve this by providing local communities (with a focus on youth, women, and refugees) with training opportunities that are designed according to local needs, and by implementing cooperative projects between public services, private sector and the civil society. Bothorana is active in different areas in Jordan: in cities and the countryside, as well as in poor areas in the northern Badia of Jordan. This way, actors of civil society can work together to foster resilience and better living conditions among their communities.

Project(s) supported by this organisation:

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Life Makers Foundation Egypt

Civil Society Organisation (CSO)
Life Makers Foundation (LMF) is a voluntary non-governmental, non-religious, non-political and non-partisan organization with physical representation in 24 governorates through its branches and a network of 21 youth-led organizations and across the country.

Since its establishment in 2011, LMF acts to encourage the efforts of youth participation seeking to mobilize the best of the human spirit to alleviate suffering and the protection of life and human rights.

LMF realizes its overall objective through six thematic areas of interventions (programs): Livelihood, Education, Health, Environment, Basic needs, and Youth Engagement (a cross-cutting program).

Project(s) supported by this organisation:

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Phenix Center for Economic and Informatic Studies

Civil Society Organisation (CSO)
Jordan - Amman
Phenix Center is an NGO working to promote sustainable and inclusive development in Jordan, rooted in human rights and principles of democratic governance. The Center focuses on decent work and social protection, while crosscutting themes for all projects include youth empowerment and gender equality, and other vulnerable groups, such as persons with disabilities, migrants and refugees. Phenix works on three main actions:

Research - producing independent policy research on current and emerging issues in the economic, social and legislative environment in Jordan, developing research, studies and policy papers;
Capacity building - empowering civil society’s actors, especially CSOs and trade unions, to take part in steering development through capacity building;
Advocacy - conducting campaigns (including videos, social media messages, local dialogues, national forums, etc.) in order to amplify civil society’s voice, and to foster dialogue and inclusion in promoting sustainable development.

Project(s) supported by this organisation:


Egyptian Center for Woman Rights

Civil Society Organisation (CSO)
Egypt - Cairo
ECWR was established in 1996 with the aim of providing direct legal aid to poor women and provide trainings on their legal, economic, political rights. Gender equality and women's empowerment are essential to creating an informed citizenry capable of promoting and sustaining the social, political and economic development of Egypt.

ECWR’s vision is to support Egyptian women in their struggle to obtain their rights and achieve gender equality on all levels. ECWR urges the legislative authorities to advocate for reform where existing legislations do not conform to the principles of the Egyptian Constitution or the international conventions ratified by Egypt.

ECWR's mission is achieved through empowering women to raise their voice, enabling women to manage their lives and participate in the political field, and have access to justice. ECWR aims to achieve a democratic society with enshrined citizenship values that respects women as complete partners in life.

Project(s) supported by this organisation: