Social entrepreneurship is the most sustainable way
to contribute to the social-economic development
of our region, through self-employment and job creation, by developing products and services with a positive impact, or by orienting profits towards social needs
"Think of basic economics nowadays.
In the focus is the "ME" -
so, I start a business to make MY profit or to make MY ideas rise.
So, what Social Entrepreneurship does is changing the ME into WE.
And this relates to the relationship and trust among people, which is especially important here in our region and in Moldova where this connectedness has suffered a lot after the collapse of the Soviet Union".
(Julian Gröger, EcoVisio)
An example of Social Entrepreneurship in Râșcova
Foster the active participation of youth in both democratic life and in the labour markets of UKR, MLD, GEO and ARM with a special focus on disadvantaged youth, thus contributing to sustainable and smart growth, social cohesion and reduction of inequalities in EaP countries.
The international project "Collaborate for Impact", carried out by EVPA (European Venture Philanthropy Association) and 5 partners from the Eastern Partnership countries, represented by AO EcoVisio in the Republic of Moldova, financed by the European Union
"Social Entrepreneurship HUB" is managed by EcoVisio with the support of the East Europe Foundation, from resources provided by the European Union and Sweden, in partnership with the European Business Association and the Contact Center within the project "Civil society contributes to inclusive and sustainable economic development in the Republic of Moldova"
The Platform for the Development of Social Entrepreneurship, managed by EcoVisio with the support of the East Europe Foundation, from resources provided by the European Union and Sweden, in partnership with the European Business Association and the Contact Center
Project implemented by the Agency for Innovation and Development from Tiraspol, EcoVisio and the Contact Center from Chisinau, with the support of Sweden and Great Britain, within the project "Development of export capacities on the banks of the Dniester" (AdTrade), implemented by the United Nations Development Program (UNDP)
Program of the European Investment Bank, which provides technical support for microcredit for Eastern Partnership countries
The project financed by the Ministry of Education and Research of the Republic of Moldova within the Grants Program 2022.