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Social enterprises will become more in the Amur region

Social enterprises will become more in the Amur region
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In the Amur Region, businessmen are reorienting themselves to social needs. Already submitted 75 applications for inclusion in the register of social entrepreneurs. 38 appeals have already been approved.

According to the press service of the Government of the Amur Region, the registry will be expanded by mid-May. The largest number of applications came from Tynda. Also active are entrepreneurs from Svobodny and Blagoveshchensk.

According to the Minister of Economic Development and External Relations of the Amur Region Lyudmila Starkova, the business community is most interested in the implementation of services for socially vulnerable categories of the population and in “achieving socially useful goals”. Within the framework of these areas, schools and kindergartens, medical enterprises for socially vulnerable categories of the population will be modernized in the region.

Inclusion in the register of social entrepreneurs gives the right to receive financial support from the state. In total, more than 35 million rubles have been allocated to the region this year. For single-industry towns, the amount of support will be 1,5 million rubles, for other municipalities - up to 500 thousand rubles.

Financial support will also be given to enterprises in which at least half of the employees are disabled people and persons with disabilities, low-income citizens, pensioners, and a number of other social categories.

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