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The projects under the Knowledge Education Development Operational Programme (OP KED) are implemented in two basic modes:

  • restricted call proposals under which the projects are implemented by precisely determined beneficiaries indicated in the detailed description of OP KED priorities,
  • public tender under which the following entities may apply for co-financing, such as:
    • local government units and their organisational units,
    • unions and associations of local government units,
    • government and its subordinate units,    
    • non-governmental organisations, their associations and federations,
    • social economy entities and their federations or associations,
    • self-regulatory and professional organisations,
    • social assistance and inclusion institutions,
    • labour market institutions,
    • universities and entities dealing with higher education,
    • scientific entities, including research institutes,
    • R&D units,
    • entrepreneurs,
    • health care bodies,
    • healthcare facilities,
    • partners.

For specific competition the restrictions may be set up for the entities eligible to apply in respect of, inter alia, experience, competences, legal, ownership or organisational form, etc. Detailed information on the entities eligible to apply for support are published each time in the co-financing competition documentation.

Project beneficiaires

Target groups or final beneficiaries of the support under the implemented projects include among others:

  • young people, including disabled persons, up to 30 years of age who are not in employment, education or training (NEET),
  • public administration employees,
  • local government units (including social assistance organisational entities) and their employees,
  • social assistance and inclusion institutions and their employees,
  • graduates of schools and educational institutions providing vocational education,
  • education system employees,
  • teacher training facilities,
  • pedagogical libraries,
  • psychological and pedagogical counselling centres,
  • medical staff,
  • the Roma community,
  • persons serving a prison sentence,
  • micro, small and medium-sized enterprises and their employees,
  • social economy entities, social enterprises and support centres,
  • persons who intend to establish social economy enterprises,
  • schools and educational establishments of various types,
  • universities and research units,
  • individuals participating in higher education (including disabled students),
  • working age population, mostly from the identified highest risk groups,
  • dependent persons, including the elders,
  • patients,
  • partners.