The Investments for Jobs facility will launch a 2nd regional call for project proposals starting on 21 November 2022

Investments for Employment Facility will launch a 2nd Regional Call for Project Proposals starting on 21 November 2022

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Companies and other interested structures can apply for grants of a maximum amount of 10 million euros per project. The instructional guide for candidates is now available.

The investment for jobs facility is an investment mechanism for job creation. It awards competitive grants to co-finance public or private projects in its eight partner countries in Africa.

The next call for project proposals will be launched on 21 November 2022. Project proposals to be carried out in the following countries can be submitted: Côte d’Ivoire, Egypt, Ethiopia, Ghana, Rwanda, Senegal and Tunisia.

The Investments for Jobs facility will invite companies and public entities from these countries to submit project proposals that contribute to sustainable job creation in the private sector. To achieve this, co-financing grants will be awarded on the basis of a competitive application process. These range from 1 million to 10 million euros per project. Four types of projects can be proposed:

  1. Non-profit projects with an impact on job creation (not generating income): The facility covers up to 90% of investment costs.
    1. Non-profit projects with an impact on job creation (income generating): The facility covers up to 75% of investment costs.
    2. Profitable projects with a wider impact on job creation: The facility covers up to 35% of investment costs.
      1. Profit projects with an impact on job creation: The facility covers up to 25% of investment costs.

The investment facility for jobs is an investment facility established by KfW Development Bank within the framework of the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ) initiative for special education and employment. The Special Initiative, which operates under the Invest for Jobs brand, aims to remove barriers to investment and create quality jobs and training in its partner countries in Africa. These are: Côte d’Ivoire, Egypt, Ethiopia, Ghana, Morocco, Rwanda, Senegal and Tunisia.

For general information and other support offers from Special Initiative Training and Employment: https://invest-for-jobs.com/da/

Investments for Employment Facility will launch a 2nd Regional Call for Project Proposals starting on 21 November 2022

*

Companies and other interested structures can apply for grants of a maximum amount of 10 million euros per project. The instructional guide for candidates is now available.

The investment for jobs facility is an investment mechanism for job creation. It awards competitive grants to co-finance public or private projects in its eight partner countries in Africa.

The next call for project proposals will be launched on 21 November 2022. Project proposals to be carried out in the following countries can be submitted: Côte d’Ivoire, Egypt, Ethiopia, Ghana, Rwanda, Senegal and Tunisia.

The Investments for Jobs facility will invite companies and public entities from these countries to submit project proposals that contribute to sustainable job creation in the private sector. To achieve this, co-financing grants will be awarded on the basis of a competitive application process. These range from 1 million to 10 million euros per project. Four types of projects can be proposed:

  1. Non-profit projects with an impact on job creation (not generating income): The facility covers up to 90% of investment costs.
    1. Non-profit projects with an impact on job creation (income generating): The facility covers up to 75% of investment costs.
    2. Profitable projects with a wider impact on job creation: The facility covers up to 35% of investment costs.
      1. Profit projects with an impact on job creation: The facility covers up to 25% of investment costs.

The investment facility for jobs is an investment facility established by the KfW Development Bank within the framework of the special education and employment initiative of the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ). The Special Initiative, which operates under the Invest for Jobs brand, aims to remove barriers to investment and create quality jobs and training in its partner countries in Africa. These are: Côte d’Ivoire, Egypt, Ethiopia, Ghana, Morocco, Rwanda, Senegal and Tunisia.

For general information and other support offers from Special Initiative Training and Employment: https://invest-for-jobs.com/da/

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