On Tuesday, 24 May, the EU-funded EU4AGRI project launched a Public Call for grants to consultancy service providers in the preparation of business plans.
Under this Public Call valued at BAM 400,000, the European Union will strengthen the capacity of service providers in the field of business consulting. The Call aims to assist agricultural producers, food processors and rural population in BiH to develop the best possible proposals when applying for EU grants.
Who can apply under this Public Call?
The Call is open for companies and citizens’ associations (NGOs) registered in BiH and experienced in carrying out training and consulting programmes on business planning in the agri-food sector.
Under this Public Call, BAM 400,000 is available, with the funds per one application limited to no more than BAM 40,000.
Applicants are to use these funds for training programmes on the preparation of business plans for providers or those who intend to provide this service to end-users.
Applications are submitted through e-application system only at https://javnipoziv.undp.ba/ provided by the EU4AGRI project. Applications submitted in any other format (e-mail, mail, fax, etc.) are not allowed and will not be considered.
Applications can be submitted starting from 31 June 2022, while the deadline is 7 July 2022 by 17:00 hours.
The Public Call can be accessed by all interested stakeholders through the official website of the project, eu4agri.ba.
The first online INFO session will be held on Wednesday, 1 June at 11:00 am, via Facebook page EU4AGRI.
In the coming period, a series of info sessions will be organised in three cities of BiH, Sarajevo, Mostar and Banja Luka. Information on the exact date and venue will be published via our website.
EU4AGRI is a four-year (2020-2024) project of the European Union worth 20.25 million Euro, aimed to modernise the agri-food sector in Bosnia and Herzegovina. The project is implemented and co-financed by the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) in BiH and the Czech Development Agency (CzDA).