LID Project: Results of the Public Call for participation in the program of entrepreneurship development and provision of support for establishing start-ups

Jun 19, 2017

Within the scope of “Local Integrated Development” Project (LID), the Public Call for the participation in the program of entrepreneurship development and provision of support for establishing start-ups was announced on April 07, 2017 and closed on May 18, 2017.

The Public Call was opened to all interested individuals from the following areas of local governments: Banja Luka, Bijeljina, Čelinac, Doboj, Domaljevac-Šamac, Foča, Goražde, Gradiška, Konjic, Maglaj, Modriča, Mostar, Novi Grad, Odžak, Orašje, Prijedor, Srebrenik, Šamac, Tuzla, Vareš, Žepče and Živinice.

The Evaluation Committee evaluated and graded applications against established evaluation criteria set forth in the Public Call.  The list of candidates, unanimously selected by the Evaluation Committee, to participate in the specialized program for entrepreneurship development and provision of support for establishing star-ups is as follows:

No.

Name

Municipality

1.        

Alena Kovačević

Vareš

2.        

Emir Bulić

Tuzla

3.        

Edin Moranjkić

Srebrenik

4.        

Selma Delić

Srebrenik

5.        

Blanka Maroš

Orašje

6.        

Mirza Rustempašić

Orašje

7.        

Jelena Golemac

Mostar

8.        

Azra Feriz

Mostar

9.        

Renato Ivanković

Mostar

10.    

Jelka Zane

Mostar

11.    

Đorđo Prljeta

Modriča

12.    

Nermin Mahmutagić

Maglaj

13.    

Jelena Miličević

Foča

14.    

Nada Bukejlović

Doboj

15.    

Jovan Topić

Čelinac

16.    

Tomislav Adžić

Čelinac

17.    

Gorana Pantić

Banja Luka

Local Integrated Development Project  is a three-year initiative (2016-2018) primarily financed by the European Union (EU) and implemented by the United Nations Development Programme in Bosnia and Herzegovina (UNDP in BiH), in cooperation with the State Ministry of Human Rights and Refugees, Ministry of Development, Entrepreneurship and Crafts of the Federation of BiH, Ministry of Administration and Local Self-Government of RS and two Associations of Cities and Municipalities.

LID project is implemented in 21 local governances in BiH. LID project aims to raise the standards of living and social cohesion in Bosnia and Herzegovina through inclusive and sustainable socio-economic development. Within the component for economic recovery, LID project will directly support the private sector and potential investors to increase an overall economic activity in local communities, ensure economic growth through productive value chains and to create new jobs and income. The project also provides assistances for the long-term unemployed and socially excluded categories of the population, especially returnees, internally displaced persons and long-term unemployed persons.

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