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This sector interventions facilitate and support opportunities in fresh and processed sectors of fruits and vegetables, medicinal and aromatic plants, and confectionary. These interventions seek to improve the range and diversification of products, improve competitiveness of market actors; develop marketing and certification services, improve promotion and sales of products in local segments, and boost export.Read More
This sector interventions aim to directly contribute to increased numbers of tourists, who spend more and stay longer in the destination, thus leading to more income and employment. These interventions seek to support development of new products throughout Kosovo, improvement of touristic attractions, intensified international tourism promotion, and provide short-term trainings for specialized tourism-related occupations.Read More
The Opportunity Fund is an additional co-funding mechanism that boosts sustainable growth of the private sector through scaling up investments. This support enhances employment creation, including that for youth and women by testing out innovative ideas in sectors that PPSE work in. The aim of this mechanism is to bring about systemic change within the firms.Read More
The Social Inclusion Fund is a new instrument to support private sector employment creation for the minority communities and other socially excluded groups, with particular focus on Roma, Ashkali and Egyptian inclusion. These funds are an integral instrument of the project and closely linked with tailored activities that create and contribute to economic opportunities and support employment of minority communities and other socially excluded groups.Read More
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The beekeeping sector is this year's focus of Association ORGANIKA as part of its activities
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