The Accelerator of Social Enterprises in the North-East Region – ID 128525
Project co-financed from the European Social Fund through the Human Capital Operational Programme 2014-2020
Priority axis 4: Social inclusion and combating poverty
Appeal code: POCU/449/4/16/Consolidating the capacity of social economy enterprises to function in a self-sustainable manner
Project: The Accelerator of Social Enterprises in the North-East Region
Agreement number: POCU/449/4/16/128525
Beneficiary: The “Alaturi de Voi” Romania Foundation
The project “Accelerator of Social Enterprises in the North-East Region” is implemented by the “Alaturi de Voi” Romania Foundation, being co-financed from the European Social Fund through the Human Capital Operational Programme 2014-2020. The project is implemented during 26.07.2019 – 25.07.2022 in the North-Easte region. The total value of the financing agreement is 13.772.760,34 lei, of which 11.706.846,30 lei represent the non-reimbursable eligible value from the EU and 2.065.914,04 lei represent the non-reimbursable eligible value from the national budget.
To establish at least 21 social enterprises in the North-East development region, as a sustainable solution to lower social disparities, combat poverty and create inclusive workplaces for people from groups at risk.
- To inform at least 10.000 people from the North-Eastern Region of Romania on the opportunity to develop social economy entities in their communities and to develop products and services to contribute to lowering social disparities and to creating inclusive workplaces.
- To increase professional abilities in the field of social economy for at least 105 people from the North-Eastern Region of Romania in view of establishing and developing social enterprises.
- To develop at least 21 social enterprises in the North-Eastern Region of Romania, both in rural and in urban areas, during the period of project implementation and in the sustainability period.
- To create a network of support and development of social economy and to connect them to other communities and relevant actors in the country or in other EU-member states.