Les projets du FSE apportent des améliorations notables dans la vie des citoyens et des opportunités. Les projets donnent accès à l’emploi et aident les citoyens à trouver de meilleurs postes.
Hiring grants give hope to jobseekers in difficulty (16/07/2014)
A project in Malta provides grants to employers who are willing to offer temporary positions to jobseekers in difficulty so that they can gain valuable work experience.
ESF Contribution : EUR 12 038 125 – Number of Participants : More than 2 000
Increasing the employability of Malta’s youth (26/07/2012)
Completing education only to face unemployment is always depressing and can have a long term impact on a young person’s chances of getting work.
Number of participants: 5 460 - ESF contribution: € 688 455
ME2 – benefiting people with disabilities (26/07/2012)
Disabled people are all too often at a disadvantage when it comes to seeking employment. A project set up in Malta is aiming to bring down as many barriers as possible through practical assistance.
Participants: 430 (until December 2011) - ESF contribution: € 1 102 792.55
A boost for Malta’s professional tourism sector (20/07/2012)
Malta, famous for its historic monuments and costal scenery, is a popular destination for tourists. The industry generates 15% of the country’s gross domestic product and is an important source of employment.
Participants: 1 380
MCAST: creating world class vocational training (16/02/2012)
With 6 000 students and working closely with industry and employers, the Malta College for Arts, Science and Technology (MCAST) is dedicated to equipping people with the particular and practical skills that the country’s industry and economy need ¬– often using ESF funds to do so.
Participants: 6000 - ESF contribution: €5 032 939
Changing lives, changing attitudes (07/12/2011)
The Care Creates Change project in Malta is striving to balance the needs of both people, and the environment they live and work in. Through training and counselling, participants are guided into steady jobs in different areas of waste management and recycling.
Participants: 100 - ESF contribution: €1 060 492