NGO “North Land” from Berane and NGO “Center for rural development” from Petnjica want to inform all interested agricultural producers and service providers in rural households dealing with tourism that the Ministry of Sustainable Development and Tourism and the National Tourism Organization have announced the Public Call for the Program incentive measures for tourism in the amount of 800,000 euros.
Measures should contribute to the improvement of tourist offer, increase in tourism revenue, the extension of the season and the increase in the employment of the population.
Users, including citizens, rural, commercial and sports associations, legal entities, NGOs, associations, local tourist organizations, will be able to apply for grants in six areas.
Raising the quality of services in rural households is one of two items of the first incentive measure that relates to the development of innovative tourist products that enrich the offer.
The first measure is 190,000 euros. The second measure is the co-financing of the organization of private publishing associations, while the third is planned for the organization of events and amounts to 275,000 euros.
The fourth measure relates to the development of MICE (business) tourism, which will be co-financed up to the amount of EUR 50,000.00. The fifth measure is intended to promote the destination through international events abroad.
Novelty is measure number six, which refers to support subjects that promote traditional Montenegrin cuisine and products in Montenegro and abroad, for which 15,000 euros are intended.
Citizens can find the Call details on the following link:
Deadline for submission of applications is July 10, 2019.
This information is part of the campaign implemented through the project “Stronger rural community – a more developed society”, implemented by the NGO “North Land” from Berane and NGO “Center for rural development” from Petnjica. The project is implemented through the funds of the CNVP project “Rural Development Managed by Rural Civil Society Organizations” funded by the European Union.