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Delivery models in EU Structural Funds - presentation by WCVA


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A presentation on innovation in delivery models from the Welsh persepective

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Delivery models in EU Structural Funds - presentation by WCVA

  1. 1. Delivery ModelsEngagement Gateway and ILMJoanne Welford, Third Sector European Team Manager  0800 2888 329 
  2. 2. EU funding to the third sector• 319 third sector organisations accessed £251m of European funding during 2000-2006• Over £105m of EU funds have been committed to 38 projects led by the third sector under the 2007-2013 programmes• In addition, third sector organisations have won over £77m worth of contracts under the 2007-2013 programmes
  3. 3. Engagement Gateway and ILM• Set up to enable small organisations to contribute to the programmes• A flexible approach to achieving outcomes and an opportunity for innovation• To contract with organisations that engage with economically inactive people and prepare them for sustainable employment• To make a significant contribution to raising levels of employment and reducing economic inactivity in Wales
  4. 4. Progress: Gateway• 512 contracts/grants awarded to over 300 organisations• 2,300 people will entered employment• 19,000 people will achieved positive outcomes• 11,000 people will achieved qualifications 
  5. 5. Progress: ILM• 67 contracts/grants awarded to over 35 organisations• 1,142 people have entered employment• 1,853 people have achieved qualifications (5,161 qualifications in total)
  6. 6. Project ExamplesILM • Taste Academy • Rhyl Football in the Community • CAISGateway • Tir Coed • Mid and West Wales • Prince’s Trust Cymru – Get into…
  7. 7. Participants• Hannah Torrington• David Morris• Plus 22,000 others!
  8. 8. Structural Funds in Wales 2014-2020• West Wales and the Valleys – less developed region• East Wales - more developed region• EU 2020 and Welsh Programme for Government are key policy drivers• WCVA leading input from the sector into the development  of the new programmes• Start formulating project ideas in 2012