The European Union will offer €80,000 to four social entrepreneurship projects in the Cahul and Ungheni regions.
Through these grants, the EU aims to improve the local socio-economic environment by supporting initiatives that contribute to solving social issues, and create new jobs and opportunities for the social and professional integration of people from vulnerable groups.
The selected social enterprises will benefit from financial assistance of up to €20,000 per project, with an own contribution of at least 5% of the total value of the proposal. The funds will be allocated for the procurement of equipment, goods, works and services.
The deadline for application is 7 November.
The grants will be awarded by the EU through the ‘EU4Moldova: Focal Regions’ programme, implemented by UNDP and UNICEF, supporting intelligent, inclusive, and sustainable social-economic development.
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