European Union project EU4AGRI launched today public call worth BAM 2.55 million for support to investments in rural tourism in Bosnia and Herzegovina with an aim of developing economic activities in rural areas, opening new and retaining existing jobs, as well as preserving natural and cultural heritage, responding, at the same time, to the recovery needs caused by COVID-19 pandemic.
Public call is open solely to partnerships consisting of applicant and minimum three partners. The applicants can be local governments, companies or entrepreneurs that provide services/products in tourism sector.
Each applicant can submit application for funds in the amount from BAM 20.000 to BAM 200.000 (VAT not included) depending on the number of the partners. For every investment, applicant and partners must secure co-financing in the amount of minimum 15% of the total value of the proposed investment.
The Public call can be found here.
Deadline for submission of applications is 21 December 2020. until 15.00.
Two info sessions related to this public call were held online and can be accessed via EU4AGRI Facebook page.
The preliminary list of all public calls under the EU4AGRI project can be found here.
EU4AGRI is a European Union 4-year project (2020-2024) valued at 20.25 million BAM that aims to modernize agri-food sector in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Project is jointly implemented and co-financed by the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) in BiH and Czech Development Agency (CzDA).