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RYE
Rural Youth Entrepreneurship 7.4
http://www.ryeproject.eu
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Description
Synopsis:
RYE aims to contribute to local, regional, national and transnational rural economic development by stimulating latent entrepreneurial abilities among young people in Northern Ireland, Faroe Islands, Finland and Greenland. This will be achieved through transferring and adopting a successful urban enterprise programme, the ‘Young Entrepre... More...
Aim & Objectives:
The overall aim of the project is to create and test an innovative Rural Young Entrepreneurs programme for developing youth enterprise skills and business start rates in rural areas. More...
Expected Outcomes:
Conduct an analysis of the economic and social context for the development of youth enterprise and business development in each region Develop an appropriate delivery model to develop rural youth enterprise, drawing on the lessons of the context analyses and from the implementation of previous urban focused programmes Pilot the delivery of the mo... More...
Reported Outcomes:
Initial context analysis undertaken & gap analysis currently being compiled More...
Details
Priority: 2. Sustainable development of natural and community resources
Objective: ii. Urban-rural development and promotion of heritage
Theme: Business development, trade, marketing

Total Budget: € 904 563
Total Funding Request: € 517 546

Start Date: 01/09/2011
End Date: 31/03/2014

Desk Officer Michela Gaifami
Partnership
Lead Partner
Northern Ireland Rural Development Council, Northern Ireland
Mr. Eamon McMullan
+44 867 66980
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Partners
The Advantage Foundation, Northern Ireland



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