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EU4Youth – Enhancing Youth Education, Employment and Participation in Conflict-affected Areas in Georgia and Ukraine

Project Description
The Project aims to enhance the livelihoods of internally displaced and conflict-affected youth and foster their meaningful participation in society – targeting two regions (Shida Kartli, Samegrelo) in Georgia, and Donetsk oblasts in Eastern Ukraine.

The Project aims to increase educational, employment and entrepreneurial opportunities for IDP and conflict-affected youth, as well as to strengthen state-civic cooperation over youth education, employment and entrepreneurship issues through advocacy and capacity-building of government institutions.

Specific Objective
- To increase educational, employment and entrepreneurship opportunities for IDP and conflict-affected youth.
- To strengthen state-civic cooperation over youth education, employment and entrepreneurship issues through advocacy and capacity building of state institutions in Georgia and in Ukraine.

Expected Results
- Internally displaced and conflict-affected youth have the skills and knowledge to apply for jobs and financial services and benefit from sustainable livelihood solutions.

- Civil Society, private sector stakeholders, GoG and GoU institutions research and apply best practices to joinyly work, efficiently plan and implement youth education employment, as well as entrepreneurship programs.

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PROJECT DETAILS
Regional
Priority Area:
Partnership that creates
Subsector:
Youth (entrepreneurship & skills development)
Topic:
Youth, Jobs, Education
EaP Countries:
Georgia, Ukraine
Project Status:
Completed
Start Date:
01.12.2018
End Date:
30.06.2021
Implementing Organisation:
Danish Refugee Centre (DK), Mariupol Youth Union (UA), Education development and employment center non-entrepreneurial (GE)
Funding by the EU:
€1 580 000
EU Project Number:
400-807

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