As part of the EU-funded project “EU4Youth: Social Entrepreneurship Ecosystem Development (SEED) for Green Growth in Borderline Regions” Green Lane NGO hosts online seminars addressing information gap and skills development in rural youth in Armenia.
On 23 January at 4pm (GMT+4), an online seminar will be held on the topic of project proposal development, conducted by Hasmik Altunyan, expert of the Austrian Development Agency. The seminar will cover the basics of developing a competitive grant application. The trainer will show good examples of project proposal and will focus on the key aspects of developing a successful project proposal. The seminar will also cover the following topics: what to focus on when formulating a business idea and how to present the business idea in an attractive way.
The main purpose of the online seminars is to raise awareness in young people on different topics such as the environment, career development, employment, etc., to empower vulnerable youth, develop their practical skills and foster self-employment.
The events are being organized within the framework of the EU-funded EU4Youth-SEED project, which aims to create a favourable ecosystem for the development of social entrepreneurship and green innovation in the borderline regions of Georgia (Gori, Akhmeta, Ninotsminda) and Armenia (Lori, Tavushi, Shirak). The aim of the project is to discover the entrepreneurial potential in the most vulnerable municipalities and to promote entrepreneurship opportunities among youth.
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