Med Baltic Organiation MTÜ

National Network

Linda tn 2
20309 Narva Estonia

Organisation Type
Non-Governmental Organization
Year of Establishment
Fields of Activity
  1. Youth and education
General Information

Med Baltic Organisation is a youth organisation that was established in Estonia in 2019 by two young people under the age of 23 years, one from Northern Sinai in the Arab Republic of Egypt and the other from Narva in the Republic of Estonia to promote cultural and social cooperation between the Baltic countries and the Mediterranean countries, especially the southern Mediterranean countries. The organisation based in Estonia and focuses on promoting youth and cultural activities. The organisation's structure includes a board of directors, staff members, and volunteers who work together to organise and implement various projects and activities. The budgetary resources available in a year also vary and are typically funded by a combination of private donations, grants, and sponsorships. The organisation also raises funds through membership fees and various events. The Med Baltic organisation targets mainly youth and cultural Activities that operates through various modalities of action, including concrete projects, cultural exchanges, seminars, scholarships, and other initiatives that promote youth and cultural activities. These programs and projects aim to foster cross-cultural understanding, promote artistic and cultural expression, and support the development of youth leadership skills.

Mission and Objectives

Our vision: We seek to make The Med Baltic Organization a leading organization in the field of international cultural cooperation and have representation in the Baltic and Mediterranean countries. Our message: We should promote cultural and youth cooperation between the Baltic and the Mediterranean countries and exchange international experiences and good practices in the field of youth work. Our goals: • Promoting cultural and youth cooperation between the Mediterranean countries and the Baltic states and creating communication channels between them. • Raising awareness and involving youth in facing environmental and climatic challenges. • Exchanging good practices and international experiences in the field of youth work. • Promote the participation of young men and women in achieving peace and security (2250), the human fraternity document and the sixteenth goal of the sustainable development goals. • Building youth technological capabilities and supporting and encouraging young men and women in solving societal problems through entrepreneurship.

Main Projects / Activities

Capacity Building Activities Cultural Exchange programs Activities Gender Equality & Entrepreneurship Activities Sports & Healthy lifestyles Activities Coding/Programming and Media Literacy Activities

How can you contribute to the Network in your country?

- Host intercultural events: Our organization can contribute by hosting intercultural events that bring people from different cultures together to share their experiences and perspectives. This can help to promote intercultural dialogue and understanding in the Euro Med region. - Participate in the ALF Network programs and calls: The Anna Lindh Foundation Network offers various programs, such as training and funding opportunities. Our organization can contribute by participating in these programs and sharing the knowledge gained with others. - Collaborate with other organisations: By collaborating with other organisations in the network, our organisation can contribute to joint initiatives that promote intercultural dialogue and respect for diversity.

Why do you want to join the ALF Network?

We want to join the ALN for the following reasons: - To collaborate with other organisations: By joining the Anna Lindh Foundation Network, our organisation would have the opportunity to collaborate with other like-minded organisations to develop joint initiatives and projects. This can help to build stronger networks and partnerships in support of shared goals. - To gain access to resources and support: The Anna Lindh Foundation Network offers various resources, funding opportunities, and training programs to support the work of member organisations. Joining the network can provide access to these resources and support, which can help our organisation to advance their work more effectively. - To learn from and share best practices: Being part of a network of organisations focused on intercultural dialogue can provide opportunities for learning and sharing best practices. Our organisation would have the opportunity to exchange ideas and experiences, which can help to strengthen our work and contribute to more effective approaches to promoting intercultural dialogue.

Contact (1) Full Name
Alaa Belal Elsayed Elsayed Motawea
Head of the organisation
Alaa Motawaa