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Informative online meeting – IT’S WORTH IT!

As the deadline for obtaining grants and training for occupations has been extended, ENECA invites you to attend the online information meeting today, September 17, 2021., starting at 2 p.m.


Within the same, you will have the opportunity to find out about the way of applying, as well as the conditions of the competition.

You can access the meeting via the following link:

https://us02web.zoom.us/j/2975521880…

Meeting ID: 297 552 1880
Passcode: 1111


The competition is realized within the project “New economic opportunities for returnees and vulnerable categories of citizens in southern and eastern Serbia” implemented by CARE International Balkans and NGO Nexus Vranje and ENECA.

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Extended competition – IT’S WORTH IT! –

NGO ENECA from Nis invites all interested unemployed persons from the territories of Pcinj, Jablanica, Nisava, Pirot, Bor and Zajecar districts to attend the online info meeting on August 23, 2021. at 09:30.

At the meeting the competition for submitting applications for project support will be presented as:

  • grants in the form of equipment for starting / developing your own business
  • occupational training, in order to acquire knowledge and skills for a specific job

Candidates can apply for one or both types of support.

The online info meeting will explain in details the conditions for application, the necessary documentation and the deadline for applying.

This three-year project was launched in November 2020, within the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ), with the support of the organization Latter-Day Saint Charities. It is a joint initiative of CARE and its partner organizations NEXUS from Vranje and ENECA from Nis, which aims to increase the capacity of vulnerable groups in southeastern Serbia to identify opportunities for socio-economic inclusion in their home region and more critically review their opportunities for emigration to developed countries.

Registration for the online info meeting can be done by email: prijava@eneca.org.rs

The competition is open until September 30, 2021.

For more information about the competition and the project itself, visit the website www.eneca.org.rs

You can download the needed documentation from the following links:

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Training dates for preparing and writing a business plan within the project “New economic opportunities for returnees and vulnerable categories of citizens in southern and eastern Serbia”

Within the project “New economic opportunities for returnees and vulnerable categories of citizens in southern and eastern Serbia” funded by the German Ministry of Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ) and the American charity LDS, and implemented by CARE International, ENECA from Nis and NEXUS from Vranje, ENECA organized two-day trainings for preparing and writing a business plan:

  • 07/22/2021 – 07/23/2021- Nis, Roma Cultural Center
  • 07/26/2021 – 07/27/2021- Bor, Youth center
  • 07/28/2021 – 07/29/.2021- Medveđa, Cultural Center
  • 08/02/2021 – 8/03/2021- Vranje, Vranje City Assembly
  • 08/04/2021 – 08/05/.2021 – Nis, Regional Center for Professional Development of Employees in Education
  • 08/09/2021 – 08/10/2021 – Surdulica, Municipal Assembly of Surdulica
  • 08/11/2021 – 08/12/2021 – Pirot, Pirot City Assembly
  • 08/13/2021 – 08/16/2021- Vranje, Vranje City Assembly
  • 08/23/2021 – 08/24/2021 – Bela Palanka, Municipal Assembly of Bela Palanka
  • 08/26/2021 – 08/27/2021 – Knjaževac, Regional Center
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New term of the online training “Employment – Modern approach and entry into the labor market”

ENECA invites all unemployed people to acquire new knowledge through online training “Employment – Modern approach and entry into the labor market” that will help them find employment.

The training will be held from 10 am on Monday, August 16, 2021.

ZOOM link:

https://us02web.zoom.us/j/85863381527?pwd=ZWgxNzVuTmtDQ2VrbDJOakpMcGVLZz09

The goal of the one-day training is to prepare the unemployed for active and modern access to the labor market and to provide employment.

The training is part of the project “SoK – Synergy of knowledge and new employment in competitive SMEs” implemented by Vojvodina Metal Cluster (VMC) and ENECA within the program “Norway for you” funded by the Government of Norway and implemented by the United Nations Office for Project Services (UNOPS) .

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Disposal of the training

Due to the health problems of the lecturer, the online training “Employment – Modern approach and entry into the labor market” scheduled for today, August 12, 2021. at 10 am, will be postponed to Monday, August 16, 2021. at the same time.

The ZOOM link will be subsequently posted on Facebook and the ENECA website.

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Online training “Employment – Modern approach and entering the labor market”

ENECA invites all unemployed people to acquire new knowledge through online training “Employment – Modern approach and entry into the labor market” that will help them find employment.

The training will be organized in 2 terms on the ZOOM platform:

  • Friday 08/06/2021 from 10am, ZOOM link

https://us02web.zoom.us/j/84643771576?pwd=Ynh5ZXl2cEtiVlRZaHR2cG9saEZXdz09

  • Thursday 08/12/2021 from 10am, ZOOM link

https://us02web.zoom.us/j/83807601872?pwd=QkQvbjE0TnBRTm5xSjRiVVd2SlhOZz09

The goal of the one-day training is to prepare the unemployed for active and modern access to the labor market and to provide employment.

The training is part of the project “SoK – Synergy of knowledge and new employment in competitive SMEs” implemented by Vojvodina Metal Cluster (VMC) and ENECA within the program “Norway for you” funded by the Government of Norway and implemented by the United Nations Office for Project Services (UNOPS) .

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Publications of the QuesTour project

Cross-border project QuesTour – Valorization and capitalization of unexplored tourist cultural and historical routes in the cross-border region Bulgaria-Serbia, CB007.2.13.225 revealed dozens of unknown and unexplored cultural, historical and natural sites and resources in the Serbian-Bulgarian region. The initiative started in April 2020 and lasted until July 2021. Despite the COVID-19 pandemic, in this short time it managed to promote unknown tourist places, sustainable tourism development, engage local communities and tourist resources and activate numerous pilot initiatives. All these pre-defined goals were achieved thanks to the successful cooperation between the project partners – the National Tourist Cluster “Bulgarian Guide”, the Municipality of Vratsa and ENECA.

Learn more about project activities through the following Newsletter.

  • The project is co-financed by the EU through the Interreg-IPA Cross-border Cooperation Program Bulgaria – Serbia. The contents of this text are the sole responsibility of its authors and ENECA and can in no way be taken to reflect the views of the European Union.
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The traditions and culture of Serbia and Bulgaria were presented at the Festival in the Municipality of Vratsa

Traditional dance, dishes, crafts, cultural and historical heritage of the Republic of Bulgaria and neighboring Serbia were presented at the Festival held in the Municipality of Vratsa from 2 to 4 July. The event was held within the project “QuesTour – Valorization and capitalization of unexplored tourist cultural and historical routes in the cross-border region Bulgaria-Serbia” Interreg-IPA CBC Bulgaria-Serbia Program.

“The QuesTour Festival was a real ‘quest’. “Quest” through culture, customs and traditions on both sides of the border. The goal was to increase the value of traditions and crafts and to support the offer through joint tourist products and / or services “- it is pointed out in the National Tourism Cluster – Bulgarian Guide.

Participants from Bulgaria – craftsmen, artists, writers, cultural and artistic societies, chefs and others, presented their work during three festival days in the Municipality of Vratsa. Visitors could get acquainted with the renewal of antique weapons, handicrafts made of wood and leather, pottery or handmade jewelry made of natural materials. To get to know the customs and culture of a country, it is necessary to try traditional dishes, which were also offered by the participants of the QuesTour festival. Representatives of Bulgarian music groups and dance groups, which revived the traditional sounds of this country, were also an indispensable part of the festival program.

Participants from Serbia presented their business online, due to measures related to the corona virus pandemic. In that way, the visitors were able to get acquainted with the producers of Serbian wines and traditional dishes, as well as with the tourist treasures of southeastern Serbia. Wines, ironed sausage, Svrljig cheeses, the area of ​​Sicevacka gorge and the canyon of the river Jerma, are just some of the guardians of Serbian tradition, history and natural and tourist wealth that were presented within the Festival.

The leading partner in the project is the National Tourism Cluster – Bulgarian Guide, and the partners are the municipality of Vratsa from Bulgaria and the association ENECA from Nis. This tourism organization is focused on the sustainable development of specialized types of tourism, including cultural heritage and cultural tourism, as well as the promotion of entrepreneurship in the tourism sector.

Within the “QuesTour” project, various workshops and tours of tourist “hidden gems” were held in the border region of the two countries, in six districts in Bulgaria and seven districts in Serbia. The region has about two million inhabitants, organizers say. The project is co-financed by the European Union through the Interreg-IPA Cross-border Cooperation Program Bulgaria – Serbia.

The project is co-financed by the EU through the Interreg-IPA Cross-border Cooperation Program Bulgaria – Serbia. The contents of this text are the sole responsibility of its authors and ENECA and can in no way be taken to reflect the views of the European Union.

Project “QuesTour – Valorization and capitalization of unexplored natural, cultural and historical resources in the cross-border region Bulgaria – Serbia, CB007.2.13.225”.

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Tradition, culture and history of Serbia and Bulgaria at the Festival in the Municipality of Vratsa

Traditional dance, dishes, crafts, cultural and historical heritage of the Republic of Bulgaria and neighboring Serbia were presented at the Festival held in the Municipality of Vratsa from 2 to 4 July. The event was held within the project “QuesTour – Valorization and capitalization of unexplored tourist cultural and historical routes in the cross-border region Bulgaria-Serbia” Interreg-IPA CBC Bulgaria-Serbia Program.

Participants from Bulgaria – craftsmen, artists, writers, cultural and artistic societies, chefs and others, presented their work during three festival days in the Municipality of Vratsa. Visitors could get acquainted with the renewal of antique weapons, handicrafts made of wood and leather, pottery or handmade jewelry made of natural materials. To get to know the customs and culture of a country, it is necessary to try traditional dishes, which were also offered by the participants of the QuesTour festival. Representatives of Bulgarian music groups and dance groups, which revived the traditional sounds of this country, were also an indispensable part of the festival program.

Participants from Serbia presented their business online, due to measures related to the corona virus pandemic. In that way, the visitors were able to get acquainted with the producers of Serbian wines and traditional dishes, as well as with the tourist treasures of southeastern Serbia. Wines, ironed sausage, Svrljig cheeses, the area of Sicevacka gorge and the canyon of the river Jerma, are just some of the guardians of Serbian tradition, history and natural and tourist wealth that were presented within the Festival.

The project “QuesTour” is implemented by the National Tourism Cluster – Bulgarian Guide, in cooperation with the association ENECA from Nis and the Municipality of Vratsa. The National Tourism Cluster – Bulgarian Guide is the lead partner in the Project. This tourism organization is focused on the sustainable development of specialized types of tourism, including cultural heritage and cultural tourism, as well as the promotion of entrepreneurship in the tourism sector. Within the “QuesTour” project, various workshops and tours of tourist “hidden gems” were held in the border region of the two countries, in six districts in Bulgaria and seven districts in Serbia. The region has about two million inhabitants, organizers say. The project is co-financed by the European Union through the Interreg-IPA Cross-border Cooperation Program Bulgaria – Serbia.

The project is co-financed by the EU through the Interreg-IPA Cross-border Cooperation Program Bulgaria – Serbia. The contents of this text are the sole responsibility of its authors and ENECA and can in no way be taken to reflect the views of the European Union.

Project “QuesTour – Valorization and capitalization of unexplored natural, cultural and historical resources in the cross-border region Bulgaria – Serbia, CB007.2.13.225”.

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Public call for bids for hiring experts for consulting support, website development, creating campaigns and accounts on social networks

Within the project “Empowered businesses for youth employment”, which was supported by the Kingdom of Norway through the project “Norway for you – Serbia”, ENECA and the Business Development Center Kragujevac (RBC) are announcing a call for tenders of procurement “Hiring an expert for consulting support and website development, creating campaigns and accounts on social networks ”.

The project envisages improving inclusive growth by strengthening capacity and competitiveness in the food industry sector and improving employment opportunities for young people in Jablanica and Raska districts, as well as supporting 20 entrepreneurs, micro, small and medium enterprises in the food sector, registered in Jablanica and Raska district.

The call is open until July 15, 2021, by 12 noon time.

All questions related to the public call can be referred to the phone number 062 / 528-228 or by e-mail ailic@eneca.org.rs  on weekdays from 10 am to 2 pm.