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IOM grant competition up to 4.5 thousand euros for micro-enterprises and self-employed persons

The main goal of the project is to support Ukraine's economic recovery by promoting self-employment in a shrinking labor market, creating employment opportunities for internally displaced persons and meeting the demand of civilians for critical goods and services, including in areas with high IDP concentrations

  • Deadline for applications: until 18:00 on June 6, 2022

  • Maximum grant amount: 4,500 euros

  • Deadline for applications: June 20, 2022

  • Geography of the competition: Lviv region, Zakarpattia region, Kyiv region (except Kyiv), Chernihiv region and Sumy region. Business representatives who have recently moved to these areas are also invited to the competition

International Organization for Migration (IOM) - The United Nations Migration Agency in the framework of the project "SME Development: Economic Integration of Internally Displaced Persons and Business Recovery", funded by the German Ministry of Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ) through the German Development Bank (KfW), announces competition of grants to support micro-enterprises and self-employed persons.

Grant support will be provided to representatives of microbusiness in the following areas of the economy:

  • Hospitality industry, hotel industry

  • Restaurant business and catering

  • Information and communication technologies

  • Production enterprises (small production)

  • Light industry

  • Production of food products by farms

  • Transport services, including those related to business relocation

  • Related to the above areas of the economy


Grants will be awarded on a competitive basis to business projects from the following categories of registered and existing legal entities:

  • Individual entrepreneurs (PE)

  • Farms (FG), including farms (FG)

  • Private enterprises (PE)

More details on the IOM website

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