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Supporting Effective Project Application Development

02 September, 2021

09/10/2021 11:42
As part of the European Union Support to Local Employment Partnerships - Phase II (EU LEP II) project, the International Labor Organization (ILO) has published a public call for Concept Notes in May this year, inviting key stakeholders in the local labor market to design innovative project ideas that contribute to local community employment. A number of local employment partnerships (LEPs) that met the criteria of the EU-funded public call have been invited to submit full project proposas.

Considering that the Phase I experience showed that applicants needed support in developing project proposals and identifying the specific needs of the local labor market, the ILO decided to conduct training for applicants whose concept notes were approved by the evaluation committee. The training events will be organized in Mostar, Sarajevo, Banja Luka and Tuzla in the first two weeks of September.

The training includes the basic principles of intervention logic, which has been frequently shown to be missing in project proposals. The emphasis has been given to the role of LEPs in increasing local level employability as well as to the process of territorial mapping, which is an innovative methodology for identifying untapped potentials for economic development and job creation in a certain geographical area. This methodology has been presented by ILO for the first time in Bosnia and Herzegovina and it is expected to help applicants identify key priorities in the local labor market and employment opportunities.

With the support of the European Union, the ILO will support up to 20 partnership project proposals, to be implemented by the end of 2023 and result in increased employability in selected local communities.
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