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BGROM (ROBG-155)

BG RO Mobility

What’s the goal?

To bring together jobseekers, local communities, private sector & authorities of BGROCB region to participate in joint development of cooperative area, using its resources & advantages in sustainable way in order to promote CBLM (CB labour mobility) integration.

What’s the budget?

354,959.43 euro, out of which 301,715.50 ERDF

Who?

Lead beneficiary (LB): Association European Centre in Support of Business (Bulgaria)

Beneficiary 2 (B2): Association Volunteering for Ecology (Romania)

When?

Start date: 04.04.2017

End date: 03.12.2018

Duration: 20 months

Where?

Vidin, Vratsa, Montana, Pleven, Veliko Tarnovo, Rousse, Silistra, Dobrich, Bulgaria

Mehedinți, Dolj, Olt, Teleorman, Giurgiu, Călărași, Constanța, Romania

How?

  • Organizing 3 conferences – 1 in the beginning (during the first project month in Rousse) and 2 at the end (during the last project month - in Rousse and Caracal in order to present the results);
  • Elaboration of information and publicity materials (USB devices, note pads, cardboard folders, leaflets, roll-ups);
  • Conducting BLFS (business & labour facility service) in the CBR;
  • Developing analysis over the situation of the BG-RO CB labour market;
  • Conducting an awareness campaign (developing an electronic newsletter; elaborating a press release; developing a brochure; conducting 15 information sessions);
  • Organization of a target group job fair (TGJF);
  • Performing Training sessions: 7 training sessions in RO and 8 training sessions in BG;
  • Developing a Guide how to work cross-border in Romania and Bulgaria;
  • Developing information and advice for cross-border commuters and potential employers by creating and developing of web-site “BGRO Mobility”.

Results (what’s the contribution to the Programme)?

Programme outputs:

- 4 initiatives (trainings, education schemes, websites, agreements, networks, job-fairs etc.) that activate workforce mobility in the cross border area: awareness campaign; target group job fair; training sessions and the website;

- 1050 participants in joint local employment initiatives and joint training;

Programme results: population that have access to joint employment initiatives – 20000 people from the CBC region (reached through awareness campaign, Guide how to work CB in RO and BG, website).

Project status

 

 

The project was finalized on 03.12.2018.

Results:

- 1 Survey Report "Business and Labour Force Survey (BLFS)

- 1 Labour Market Status Analysis in the Bulgaria-Romania cross-border area, available on www.bgromobility.eu;

- 1 Awareness campaign (including the development of an electronic newsletter, dissemination of posters and brochures, conducting 15 Information sessions). The Awareness campaign informed Employment Agencies representatives, private sector and citizens about employment opportunities and workforce mobility in CB area;

- 1 target group job fair (TGJF) in Ruse in order to provide an easy way for communication between employers and jobseekers and thus activated work force mobility in the CB regions.

- 15 Training sessions(7 training sessions in RO and 8 training sessions in BG) with employers and employees with useful information concerning national taxes, social security conditions and legal procedures;

- 1 Guide “How to work cross-border in Romania and Bulgaria” whichwere disseminated through Labour bureau, Employment Agencies, municipalities from the CBC area;

- 3 conferences– 1 in the beginning (during the first project month in Rousse) and 2 at the end (during the last project month - in Rousse and Caracal in order to present the results);

- Elaboration of information and publicity materials (USB devices, note pads, cardboard folders, leaflets, roll-ups);

- Developing information and advice for cross-border commuters and potential employers by creating and developing of web-site “BGRO Mobility”, www.bgromobility.eu.

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