SPARK contributes to the sustainability of economic growth and long-term reconciliation by accelerating and facilitating economic and social growth through its many projects.
For a complete list of current and past projects, visit our project pages.
the goal of this programme which started in 2016 is to facilitate the creation of micro, small and medium sized enterprises through incubation. More so, this programme enhances their skills in becoming more competitive and financially sustainable.
The programme responds to the European Commission’s COSME objective ‘to support actions that bring relevant players at national and regional levels into trans-national networks, to work together based on the existing evidence of what is effective and to achieve better impact’, since it assumes the creation of the new European Migrant Entrepreneurship Network (EMEN).
This five-year programme, led by SPARK in partnership with BiD Network, started in January 2011 and is funded by the Dutch Government’s MFS II budget. Promoting entrepreneurship and job creation, MFS II aims to contribute to sustainable economic development in five post-conflict countries.
THSN is a project dedicated to giving refugees the skills and the resources to set up their own businesses and create jobs. This programme is launched in France and Germany in 2017, and there are plans to expand it to other European countries in the coming years.