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Loans, guarantees and funds for private companies in ACP countries. This European funding is granted to support short and long-term development of private sector in ACP countries or public sector projects if they are operated on a private sector footing.

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This fund is a framework programme, organised in different strands (sub-programmes)

?A framework programme is an umbrella structure intended to serve various funding schemes (strands / sub-programmes). Each strand includes specific themes and funding rules.

You will find here the outline of EU subsidies synthetised in an easy-to-read format. This section answers all your critical questions on EU grants (How much can I get? Does my project match with this grant? When must I submit my application? …)


Loans, guarantees and funds for private companies in ACP countries

Does my project meet the priority requirements of this fund?

The Cotonou Agreement mandates the EIB to provide reimbursable aid to projects, alongside grant aid from the European Commission under the national aid programmes. The Bank may provide loans, equity and quasi-capital assistance. It will also be able to provide guarantees in support of domestic and ...

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Calls for projects / Calls for proposals

Find here the calls for proposals; a call is open when project leaders can submit their applications. A call for proposals is closed when the period of submission is over. Welcomeurope indicated the predicted date or period for the upccoming calls for proposals. This option enables you to anticipate the drafting of this application file.

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  • Build your project with reference to good documents :

    A project funded by the European Union is a project that meets the objectives and priorities of the European Union.To increase your chances of getting subsidies, it is recommended to start his project with reference to objectives and priorities defined by the European Union and thus to consult th...

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  • How to increase your chances for eligibility? :

    To make sure that your project will retain the attention of the European Commission, it is crucial to highlight its innovative character, its European dimension and its impact on the long term, while setting it within the context of the EU policy objectives.

  • The contribution of financial partners in the budget of the project :

    The role of financial partners is essential for the implementation of your project. Although nearly inactive they secure both the smooth progress of the project and the financial situation of your enterprise.

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