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eNEET Rural:

Facilitating Entrepreneurship & Improving
Skills of NEETs Living in Rural Areas

About eNEET Rural Project

WHY? In many rural areas of Europe there are few job opportunities. Youth unemployment is high, and many young people, who have dropped out of school, are low-skilled and face difficulties in getting a job.
This is especially true for the disabled and those belonging to ethnic minorities, who face discrimination from education and employers.

WHAT? The project will focus on innovation and technology in the agricultural sector in order to create a Toolkit for young people, who are no longerin the education system, not working or being trained for work (NEETs). The Toolkit will include online and on-the-spot trainings, youth competition, staff exchange and mentoring services.

WHERE? The geographical coverage of the project:
• Territorially, it covers eNEET Rural partnering countries: Bulgaria, Hungary, Italy, Romania, Slovenia and Spain;
• Bilaterally it includes partnering countries such as Bulgaria-Greece, Romania-Latvia, Spain-Portugal, Hungary-Slovakia, Slovenia-Croatia and Italy-Malta.

eNEET Rural project benefits from a €1.5 million grant from Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway through the

 EEA and Norway Grants Fund for Youth Employment

 The EEA and Norway Grants Fund for Youth Employment aims to support transnational project initiatives that promote sustainable and quality youth employment.

Who benefits from eNEET Rural Project?

• Low-skilled NEETs
• Between 25 and 29 years old
Registered at any public
employment service centre
• Living in rural areas and facing
multiple barriers in entering the
labour market

We put special focus on 2 sub-groups:

1) Those with a secondary school diploma who
will benefit from the entrepreneurship training,
which facilitates them to set up companies;

2) Those without a diploma will receive the soft skills training, which prepares them to get skilled and attend interviews.

• Ministries of Labour
• Families
• Social Affairs and Equal Opportunities
• Regional Employment Centres
• Governmental Organisations responsible for relevant policy making
• Labour and Unemployment Support Associations (like Human
Resource Development Centre, Foundation for Improvement of
Employment Possibilities)
• Other Youth Organisations
• General Public

 

PARTNERS

The project is implemented by:
STYRIAN TECHNOLOGY PARK - Business Support Centre and Incubator & Regional Center for Technology Development (STP)

STYRIAN TECHNOLOGY PARK - Business Support Centre and Incubator & Regional Center for Technology Development (STP)

Slovenia | www.stp.si

Consorzio Oltrepo Mantovano (COM)

Consorzio Oltrepo Mantovano (COM)

Italy | www.oltrepomantovano.eu

Union of Bulgarian Black Sea Local Authorities (UBBSLA)

Union of Bulgarian Black Sea Local Authorities (UBBSLA)

Bulgaria | www.ubbsla.org

Fruto Consulting Ltd (FRUTO)

Fruto Consulting Ltd (FRUTO)

Hungary | www.fruto.eu

Center for the Development of the Structural Funds (CPDIS)

Center for the Development of the Structural Funds (CPDIS)

Romania | www.cpdis.ro

Business Research Association National Agro-Food Technological Center Extremadura (CTAEX)

Business Research Association National Agro-Food Technological Center Extremadura (CTAEX)

Spain | www.ctaex.es

Inclusion AS (INCLUSION)

Inclusion AS (INCLUSION)

Norway | www.inclusion.no