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News: Acccelerator program 2015!

On 24 July, at 10.00, at the Council of District # Vlore, Yunus Social Business together with local partner Auleda organized informative meeting about the Business Promotion Programme


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  • News: AULEDA agency, supports the creation of businesses for the Roma and Egyptian communities.

    AULEDA agency, supports the creation of businesses for the Roma and Egyptian communities Delivery of the equipment in Korca: Local Economic Development Agency, AULEDA, supported the creation of businesses and social enterprises for Roma and Egyptians in the countries of Vlora and Berat. These activities were funded under the project SSIREC - Supporting Social Inclusion of Roma and Egyptian Communities in Vlora and Berat ("Support for ethnic minorities, the Roma and Egyptian", SSIREC), a project funded by UNDP and aimed to create successful models for vocational training of these communities and their involvement in real labor market. At this stage, tool kits benefited four beneficiaries of the Roma community and a social enterprise is in this community. ToolKits are composed of: carts for waste recycling, laptop, machinery for processing twing and animator.







    News: Economic Empowerment of Women-A step towards gender equality.

    It was held in the Tursitik Llogara village, the fair of products made by women entrepreneurs Novosela. 14 women were trained to prepare 10 recipes using olive paste with region's products and 15 artisan soap recipes with herbal products. These products were tested during the fair so that in the future to consider the possibility of their introduction in the market and tourist packages to the region. This initiative represents a good model of social entrepreneurship of women with a view to their economic empowerment. These activities were conducted in the framework of the Women's Economic Empowerment of Novosela supported by UNDP Albania, funds Swedish Government and implemented by AULEDA, Vlora.







    News: Integrated Sustainable Development in Southern Coastal Region

    The project "Integrated Sustainable Development in Southern Coastal Region" This project is funded by the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development, implemented by the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit GmbH (GIZ), which will support rural development in the area, covering the municipalities of Vlora, Himara and Saranda, focusing on rural tourism . On June 25 in Vranisht (village) was held the first meeting for the development of citizens' forums for integrated coastal development and sustainable tourism. AULEDA Local Economic Development Agency facilitates the meeting of presentation of this component in collaboration with GIZ office in Tirana.


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  • News: Training Solidworks Essentials 2015

    Aristotelis University, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering. Thessaloniki Solidworks Training Essentials 2015, an effective tool for design engineers, who will offer Auleda as Pilot Action in Strategic IPA Project SMART INNO




    News: EXPOMilano2015.

    12 June 2015 Milano, Training Research Center in Agronomy in cooperation with project partners from the respective countries as Italy, Albania, Greece, Bosnia and Croatia Hercekovina organized a workshop to highlight the key role of small rural businesses in EXPOMilano2015. In EXPO project partners will present their experiences summarized in the final publication in order to facilitate dissemination of information relative to the activities implemented with a particular focus on miniature machines are fit with production capacity of micro and small entrepreneurs in rural areas. In this activity AULEDA presented her experience on technology innovation in the agro-industrial sector and specifically the promotion and use of machinery in Miniature to help farmers who grow and produce Olive Oil in Vlora District. Moreover project partners presented and shared with a wider public the experience gained through the project IPATECH