DeSo (www.deso.mk) is a strong and recognized  provider of non-formal education for young people and adults in Macedonia and regionally. DeSo provides training in areas including but not limited to: management (project and office management), EU funds, and managing of EU projects. DeSo is best known for its training offer on EU project management. 

DeSo courses are offered on the open market and at fair market rates, and they are regularly well-subscribed. Attendants are both individuals interested in personal professional development, as well as representatives of various institutions. 

Over the past 3 years DeSo training courses have been attended by over 1,200 individual and 250 institutional clients. Institutional clients are most commonly: municipalities, government agencies, universities, NGOs, as well as private companies. 

IED (www.ied.eu)  is an NGO that was founded in 2005 in Larissa, Greece. Its vision is to create an environment that promotes entrepreneurship, research and the entrepreneurial spirit and mindset of businesses, creating long-lasting relationships with society and the academic community.  

The IED provides assistance and services in the field of education, economic and social development, promotes human rights and democracy and offers consulting and training services to organizations and individuals in the field of entrepreneurship, social economy, informal qualifications, vocational education and training, etc., through forums, publications, conferences/seminars, networking, collaboration with other institutions and other such activities. 

Foundation 42 (www.42-foundation.org) was created by a group of experienced youth workers and trainers in Bulgaria with the   mission is to support people in reflecting on their own lives and role in society by facilitating the process of asking questions and finding their own answers. 

Foundation 42 tries to achieve it’s goals through conducting of trainings, organizing events, presenting good practices and supporting the implementation of innovative approaches in civil society initiatives. 

All these activities are aimed at people active in the NGO sector who have (or want to have) an active civil stand and hence a positive impact on society. The Foundation has a particular focus on the promotion of social entrepreneurship in Bulgaria and providing support for the involvement of the business in such activities.

Over the past two years  the Foundation 42 has placed a strong focus on the usage of new technologies in reaching to and educational work with young people.