Certification of candidates from Gjilan and Viti

Certification of candidates from Gjilan

As part of the “Self-Employment Training Program”, financed by USAID Empower and implemented by HELP, 50 candidates received certifications for the business training.

In the ceremony organised in Gjilan, Mr. Lutfi Haziri, the municipal Mayor, thanked USAID for financing the program, and HELP for implementing the program. He showed his readiness to continue support new businesses in the municipality, especially businesses established by young people.

Brian Martalus, Director of the Economic Development Office in USAID said that ‘’Kosovo is the youngest country in Europe with youngest population, energetic, intelligent, and eager to contribute to the economic development of the country.  Starting and running a business is not easy, a lot of businesses fail, but you must keep trying until you succeed. USAID is here to help you to succeed now and, in the future, so you contribute to your families, and your community. He also thanked municipal mayors for co-financing the program’’.

Shqipe Breznica, Country Director of Help-Hilfe zur Selbsthilfe Mission in Kosovo was satisfied with the interest of youngsters for this project which will deliver business skills development through business training that will lead to the application for a grant for equipment and encouraged them to follow the procedures of applications within the project.

The “Self-Employment Training Program”, which is implemented by Help Kosovo, aims to foster employ-ability, entrepreneurship, and expanding job opportunities for youth from Gjilan, Viti, Kacanik, and Hani i Elezit. The program delivered business skills training to around 200 youth, and upon completion, best 32 business proposals presented by trainees will receive small grants, which are also co-financed by partner municipalities, to start their own businesses.

The program is financed by USAID Empower Private Sector in partnership with Sida – Styrelsen för Internationellt Utvecklingssamarbete

The business training was delivered by Business Support Centre Kosovo (BSCK) from 26 November – 03 December 2018.

Certification of candidates from Viti

As part of the “Self-Employment Training Program”, financed by USAID Empower and implemented by Help, 50 candidates received certifications for the business training.

In the ceremony held in Viti, Mr. Sokol Haliti, the municipal Mayor, congratulated candidates for successfully completing the training and wished them success also during the grant application contest. He thanked USAID for financing the program, and HELP for implementing the program, on which occasion, he awarded to both, Mr. Martalus and Mrs. Breznica, a symbolic present.

Brian Martalus, Director of the Economic Development Office in USAID said that ‘’Kosovo is the youngest country in Europe with youngest population, energetic, intelligent, and eager to contribute to the economic development of the country.  Starting and running a business is not easy, a lot of businesses fail, but you must keep trying until you succeed. USAID is here to help you to succeed now, and in the future, so you contribute to your families, and your community. He also thanked municipal mayors for co-financing the program’’.

Shqipe Breznica, Country Director of Help-Hilfe zur Selbsthilfe Mission in Kosovo was satisfied with the interest of youngsters for this project which will deliver business skills development through business training that will lead to the application for a grant for equipment and encouraged them to follow the procedures of applications within the project.

The “Self-Employment Training Program”, which is implemented by Help Kosovo, aims to foster employ-ability, entrepreneurship, and expanding job opportunities for youth from Gjilan, Viti, Kacanik, and Hani i Elezit. The program delivered business skills training to around 200 youth, and upon completion, best 32 business proposals presented by trainees will receive small grants, which are also co-financed by partner municipalities, to start their own businesses.

The program is financed by USAID Empower Private Sector in partnership with Sida – Styrelsen för Internationellt Utvecklingssamarbete.

The business training was delivered by Business Support Centre Kosovo (BSCK) from 26 November – 03 December 2018.

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