Armenia 2012

Social Enterprise Course was designed to help a group of trainees in their role of trainers/consultants and practitioners – within own organisations and with partner organisations that ART funds or supports. The course participants were from ART staff and those working with community based organizations, clergy, social workers, managers of Social Centres and NGOs. Participants improved understanding on the general concept of social enterprise and analysis of existing social problems, got a toolkit of methods and techniques that can be used in recognizing social problems and managing a social enterprise.

Contracted with theWorld Council of Churches Armenia Inter-Church Charitable Round Table Foundation (ART), Mother See of Holy Etchmiadzin,

Armenia 2009/2010

Extensive project to support the development of social entrepreneurship in Georgia and Armenia done together with Eurasia Partnership Foundation and the Resource Alliance, Georgia and Armenia, NNO representatives, (MZV ČR), 2009-2010, trainers and consultants: Jana Ledvinova, Jan Kroupa, Petr Baboucek, Marketa Krausova, Jana Liskova

The goal of the project was to promote social enterprise inArmenia andGeorgia as a viable business model for organizations that are driven by both social objectives/mission and profit through training, consulting and grant support to non-profits for concreteentrepreneurial projects.

Armenia 2008/2010

Research of local conditions of fundraising for animal protection and WSPAfundraising capacity regional development was implemented by the Resource Alliance during 2008 – 2010. Jana Ledvinova and Petr Baboucek from theCzechFundraisingCenter were responsible for the project implementation in the Eastern and Central Europe andJordan. Jana Ledvinova worked as a long term couch and consultant inEstonia,Armenia andJordan, Petr Baboucek worked inRomania. Project was supported by WSPA.