Grants to Support the Development of Women Entrepreneurship in Bosnia and Herzegovina

Deadline: 15 February 2019

Within the project “European Small Business Act as the framework of strategies and policies for small and medium enterprises in Bosnia and Herzegovina – SBA in BiH”, Eda has launched a public call for the submission of project proposals for support to the development of women entrepreneurship through grants from the Mechanisms to support the implementation of SME development strategies.

The aim of the public call is to support the development of entrepreneurship of women in the Republic of Srpska through the implementation of measures support defined by the Strategy for the Development of Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) of the Republic of Srpska for the period 2016 – 2020. year.

The project “European Framework for the Development of Strategies and Policies for Small and Medium Enterprises in Bosnia and Herzegovina – SBA in BiH”, financed by Sida through the Swedish Embassy in BiH.

Funding Information

  • The total available amount of non-refundable financial resources for this public call is 90,000.00 KM.
  • The minimum amount of grant funds that can be approved for an individual project is 30,000.00 KM, and the maximum amount is 45,000.00 KM.
  • Funds can be used to implement projects that contribute to the development of women entrepreneurship.

Eligible Applicants

The concepts of project proposals can be provided by associations of citizens and foundations, business associations, chambers of commerce and development agencies.

Evaluation of Applications

  • All submitted applications will be evaluated on the basis of formal conditions and criteria relating to:
    • Completeness of the application,
    • Eligibility of the applicant,
    • Eligibility of project interventions for which grants are requested,
    • The quality of the proposed concept / project proposal.
  • Only applicants whose concepts of project proposals meet the above formal and conditions and criteria will be invited to submit complete project proposals for further evaluation.

How to Apply

Applications must be submitted in one, sealed envelope, registered mail or personally at the address given on the website.

For more information, please visit https://bit.ly/2Ss2UgV

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