MAGO creates a link between research results with real market needs and end-users’ demand to address food security and water management in the Mediterranean Region. Operating at the crossroads of research and practical application, MAGO demonstrates its innovative solutions in Tunisia, Spain, France, and Lebanon. The project focuses on improving water use efficiency, exploring alternative resources, and adapting agriculture to climate change.

MAGO adopts a collaborative approach, involving end-users and stakeholders in solution development. The project also introduces an online platform for researchers and entrepreneurs to collaborate. This project is part of the Prima Program supported by the European Union.