The European Union Programmes Agency (EUPA) said that it received 12 applications which fulfilled the requirements set by the European Commission for the European Solidarity Corps (ESC).
This was announced by the Parliamentary Secretariat for European Funds in a statement on Saturday.
The EUPA was made in charge of coordinating the implementation of the European Funding program Erasmus+ in 2014, later the Agency began coordinating the implementation of KETS.
The Parliamentary Secretary for European Funds Aaron Farrugia praised the Erasmus+ programme from which schools, youth, those enrolled in vocational courses, students studying in tertiary level as well as adults are benefiting from. Farrugia was visiting the EUPA office.
According to Farrugia, youth benefit from both training on the job as well as experience working abroad. The next call is scheduled for February 2019. Farrugia encouraged non-governmental organisations to apply for EU funds under KETS.