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The ESF is funding tens of thousands of projects across the Union that make a real difference to the lives of millions of individuals. Here you can find some examples.

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New model tackles long-term unemployment in Elbląg

New model tackles long-term unemployment in Elbląg (16/07/2014)

A new employment model in Poland helps the long-term unemployed or vocationally inactive to find employment by conducting a general evaluation of each individual with a special focus on health.
ESF Contribution : EUR 393 700 – Number of Participants : 32

Building bridges to the future

Building bridges to the future (14/03/2014)

A scheme run by the Youth Sociotherapy Centre in Ustka, Poland, helped young people at risk of exclusion become active members of society thanks to a practical approach.
ESF Contribution : EUR 369 543 – Number of Participants : 23

Helping women reach their business potential

Helping women reach their business potential (24/06/2013)

In the province that has the highest level of unemployment in Poland, particularly amongst women, the Marie Curie-Skłodowska University Foundation launched an entrepreneurship project that gave women the chance to realise their own business plans.
Participants: 323 - ESF contribution: 2 508 508 zł

Nurturing business start ups for a better tomorrow

Nurturing business start ups for a better tomorrow (15/01/2013)

The ‘New business opportunity for a better tomorrow’ project in Poland supports participants to found their own companies by offering raining, consulting and financial support.
ESF contribution: PLN 2 554 679.97 - Number of participants: 60

Konserwator: cultural work as job market entry point

Konserwator: cultural work as job market entry point (07/11/2012)

To help excluded groups access the labour market, a Polish project helps them find training and job opportunities in the cultural sector with help from the European Social Fund (ESF).
ESF contribution: 8 500 000 PLN - Number of participants: 352