The project is co-funded by EU through the Interreg-IPA CBC Bulgaria–Serbia Programme.
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30.12.2019 09:20

Social enterprise | Teodora Asenova

A social enterprise is a business that has specific social objectives that serve its primary purpose. Social enterprises seek to maximize improvements in financial,  social and environmental well-being. When we were in Bulgaria, we saw and discussed some social enterprises like recycling, single mothers, disabled people. During the discussion of single mothers, we had to solve their problem. The problem was that they were not given the needed tolerance and we had to explain what they do, how exhausted they are in order to be understood by the society.

The problem of recycling was that no one nowadays recycle. So we had to make other people throw their rubbish in the bin, not anywhere in the environment. And about disabled people – we wanted to make more roads or rails for these people in order to make them happier.