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Projects Private sector development

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EU-Belarus Programme for Private Sector Development
In the recent years, the Government of Belarus undertook several steps towards macroeconomic stabilization: it reduced the business regulation burden by taking measures to open markets for goods/services; it has been enforcing a policy facilitating private sector development. A dynamic private sector is exceptionally important for improving productivity, expediting economy growth rates and creating new jobs in Belarus.
Price: € 4 800 000 Status: Time: 2018 - 2021
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Belarus Economic Policy Support
The Belarusian economy needs to lower the government dominance and facilitate private sector development, inter alia, by developing small and medium enterprises; however, it is important to minimize negative social effects of the reforms. The project activities help Belarus develop policies and instruments for quantitative assessment of the effect of individual reforms.
Price: € 3 000 000 Status: Time: 2017 - 2020
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Social Entrepreneurship Incubator

Social entrepreneurship is called upon to solve or mitigate relevant social problems on the conditions of cost recovery. This phenomenon is gaining momentum around the world today. The project provides for development of social entrepreneurship in Belarus. Its participants will have a unique opportunity to benefit from high-quality international training in the field of socially oriented business.

Price: € 798 919 Status: Time: 2016 - 2019
Closed
Advice for Small Business
Entrepreneurship is the core of any economic development; it creates new jobs and develops a healthy competitive environment. It is for a reason that small business is responsible for up to 70% of gross domestic products in a number of developed economies.  The global experience suggests that non-government companies generally perform better that state-owned ones. The Advice for Small Business Project supports effective development of small and medium enterprises in Belarus.
Price: Status: Time: 2015 - 2017
Closed
Women in Business

Women's entrepreneurship, as all small business, plays a key role in the national economy. However, women-led companies often encounter problems with accessing finances and knowhow. The project provides support to small and medium enterprises with up to 250 employees and an annual turnover of less than €50 mln. A mandatory requirement is that the company must be led by a woman.

Price: Status: Time: 2015 - 2017
Closed
From Cradle to Development
The ancient craft of cheese making was reborn in Slaŭharad District due to local initiatives. Now, people from all over Belarus go there for culinary festivals. Tourism is the next important area of development of the region.
Price: € 460 264 Status: Time: 2015 - 2018
Closed
Vegetable-Growing Network of Experimentation, Exchange and Dissemination of Information (ExNet)
Stolin District is a kind of pilot vegetable-growing center of Belarus, where new technology elements and vegetable types are tested and introduced. Rural residents grow vegetables and create jobs for themselves, their families and relatives.
Price: € 335 231 Status: Time: 2013 - 2016