ESF


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ESF

N ABBR =European Social FundFSE m
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With 1,200 boys and girls teams participating every year, the ESF Festival of Football is the UK's biggest youth football festival.
ESF has been a distributor of food and beverages in the UAE for more than 16 years, working with over 4,000 outlets each month.
Following their success, the Rumney Juniors were presented with the ESF Champions trophy by former England star John Barnes and current England and Arsenal Ladies ace Casey Stoney.
Under the ESF the EU contributes money towards projects which is then matched by a co-funding organisation.
The team were presented with the ESF Champions trophy by former Liverpool star Didi Hamann.
ThinCats and ESF have been working together for a number of months and say they have a detailed plan to accelerate the former's market presence.
The main objectives of the German ESF Operational Program at federal level are the promotion of employment, social inclusion and education.
Martyn Young, of ESF Events, said: "With thousands of talented participants involved, the 2014 ESF Festival of Football has been another highly successful series of events.
The aims of this study were to assess the local implementation of ESF by exploring the characteristics and obstacles that hinder the participation of local agents in multilevel governance, and to evaluate the achievements and shortcomings of the local implementation of ESF as perceived by those who implement policy on the ground.
Alan Holloway, ESF trustee and head of procurement, said: "Our aim is to make a real difference to hardpressed communities and to create new jobs in the home improvement sector.
4bn of total project investment, with ESF backed projects having already supported some 52,800 people into work and helped over 157,000 to gain qualifications; with these achievements increasing as projects continue to deliver across Wales.