CBC-DEBUS-Innovative Development of Entrepreneurial education and stimulation of new Business in cross-border region | Izmail State University of Humanities

CBC-DEBUS-Innovative Development of Entrepreneurial education and stimulation of new Business in cross-border region

Youth Public Organization “New European Generation” (Ukraine) in partnership with Izmail State University of Humanities (Ukraine), Tulcea County Agency for Employment (Romania) and Patronage of Small and Medium Sized Enterprises of Tulcea County (Romania), implements the project “CBC-DEBUS-Innovative Development of Entrepreneurial education and stimulation of new Business in cross-border region” EMS ENI code – 2SOFT/1.1/128, founded by the European Union through Joint Operational Programme Romania-Ukraine 2014-2020.

 

The total budget of the project is 331,137.80 EUR (approx. 9 958 267 UAH), of which the European Union contribution is 90%, respectively 298,024.01 EUR (approx. 8 962 440 UAH).

 

“CBC-DEBUS-Innovative Development of Entrepreneurial education and stimulation of new Business in cross-border region” project overall objective is to improve the quality and access to entrepreneurial education through the development and implementation of 1 innovative program for training entrepreneurial skills, in order to support development of at least 75 business plans, within 12 months, with the purpose of creating new businesses and jobs in the near future. The project “CBC-DEBUS-Innovative Development of Entrepreneurial education and stimulation of new Business in cross-border region” will be implemented in the period 24 March 2020 – 23 March 2021.

 

The Launching Conference of the project will be organized on July 30, 2020 at 10:00 o’clock at outdoor patio of the restaurant “Avenue 25”, located at 25, Myru ave., Izmail city, Ukraine.

 

For more information, contact person is: Mrs. Iryna Kyrylenko – Deputy Project manager, phone: +380978254749, e-mail: izmailsu@gmail.com .

 

The Joint Operational Programme Romania-Ukraine 2014-2020 is financed by the European Union through the European Neighborhood Instrument and co-financed by the participating countries in the Programme.