EU-Community Stabilisation Programme (EU-CSP)

The International Organization for Migration (IOM) has started implementing the EU-Community Stabilisation Programme II (EU-CSP II) project which is funded by the European Union and managed by the EU Office in Kosovo. EU-CSP II will provide financial and technical assistance for the start-up of new and the expansion of existing small and medium size businesses in particular businesses that will promote and strengthen the sustainable reintegration of returning minority communities. The EU-CSP II programme will also support community initiatives for wider community benefit.
IOM EU-CSP II programme is pleased to ANNOUNCE THAT EU-CSP II IS NOW ACCEPTING BUSINESS PROPOSALS from aspiring and existing entrepreneurs, groups and associations for INDIVIDUAL OR COMMUNITY ENTERPRISE PROJECTS. EU-CSP II is keen to support ventures that are able to clearly demonstrate economic viability and sustainability and offer employment and income-generating opportunities. 
Interested applicants are encouraged to check the EU-CSP II website (www.eucspkosovo.org) for the application guidelines and forms and to visit the EU-CSP II local office at Prizren (str. Behajdin Hallaqi #1, tel: 045 322 895), Pejė/Pec ( Regional Emlpoyment Centre, tel: 039 434-380, 045-322-891), Mitrovicė/a (str. Shemsi Mehmeti, tel: 045 322 901) and Gjilan/Gnjilane (str. Medlin Albright # 32, tel: 045 322 894) for more information on how to apply and for assistance in developing business plans and to obtain detailed information, application forms and assistance on how to complete the form and explanation of the application process and guidelines.
(The deadline for submission of applications is on 01 October 2012 but interested applicants are highly encouraged to submit their applications as early as possible).

EU-CSP
Community
Stabilisation
Programme
International Organization for Migration
an EU-funded project managed by the European Union Office in Kosovo
www.delprn.ec.europa.eu
EU-CSP II
International Organization for Migration
www.iomkosovo.org
EU - COMMUNITY STABILISATION PROGRAMME
EU-CSP II
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The International Organization for Migration (IOM) is continuing implementing the EU-Community Stabilisation Programme II (EU-CSP II) programme which is funded by the European Union and managed by the EU Office in Kosovo. EU-CSP II will provide assistance in the form of productive business assets as well as technical assistance for the start-up of new and the expansion of existing small businesses in particular businesses that help promote and strengthen the sustainable reintegration of returning minority communities. The EU-CSP II programme will also support community based initiatives for wider community benefit.
IOM EU-CSP II programme is pleased to ANNOUNCE SECOND CALL FOR ACCEPTING BUSINESS PROPOSALS from aspiring and existing entrepreneurs, groups and associations for INDIVIDUAL OR COMMUNITY ENTERPRISE PROJECTS. EU-CSP II is keen to support ventures that are able to clearly demonstrate economic viability and sustainability and offer employment and income-generating opportunities.
Interested applicants are encouraged to check the EU-CSP II website (www.eucspkosovo.org) for the application guidelines and forms and to visit the EU-CSP II local office at Prizren (str Maja e Pikllimes # 22, tel 045 322 895) in Pejė/Pe? (Qendra Rajonale pėr Punėsim, tel: 039 434-380, 045-322-891), Mitrovicė/a (rr, Shemsi Mehmeti,tel: 045 322 901) dhe Gjilan/Gnjilane (rr. Medlin Albright # 32, tel: 045 322 894)  for more information on how to apply and for assistance in developing business plans or to obtain more detailed information, application forms and assistance on how to complete the forms as well as an explanation of the application process.
(The deadline for submission of applications is on 22 July 2013 but interested applicants are highly encouraged to submit their applications as early as possible).
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