Monthly Archives: November 2015

Partnership project of the Association SVIMA and Home for children Zagreb

Partnership project of the Association SVIMA and Home for children Zagreb:
„Personal mentorship in function of preparing youth without proper parental care for indpendence and employment“

within a framework of the priority axis 2 – Reinforcing social inclusion of people at a disadvantage of the Operational Program Operational Program Human Resource Development 2007 – 2013, and in line with The Grant scheme Broadening the network of social services in the community (Phase IIl) co-financed by European union – European social fund www.esf.hr. 

Ministry of social policy and youth of the Republic of Croatia has the role of the intermediate body first level (PT1), and Croatian Employment Service – Office for financing and contracting of EU projects has the role of the intermediate body second level (PT2). Continue reading

The project “Eco Business and Youth”

Project title: Eco Business and Youth

Project Summary: The project “Eco Business and Youth” lasted for eight months (from May until December 2015) while the activities were held at the end of May in a village Rukavac on the Vis island. Croatian National Agency for mobility and EU programs funded this project with 48.808,00kn. The project included Croatia as the host country and 3 partner countries: Latvia, Finland and Turkey. Four young participants (15 till 24 years) and one team leader from each country participated in the project so the total number of participants was 20. Continue reading

The project „Be Sustainable, Be Cool“

Project title: Be Sustainable, Be Cool

Project summary: The project „Be Sustainable, Be Cool“ lasted for three months from August till December 2014 while the six-day activities were held at the end of  October in the village Rukavac on the Vis Island. The project included Croatia as the host country and 4 partner countries : Italy, Slovenia, Macedonia and Latvia. Four young participants (18-25 years) and one team leader from each country participated in the project so the total number of participants was 25. Continue reading