"Through this project, we will promote the increased involvement of young men and women in preserving arts and crafts and that way facilitate the rich cultural heritage in Kosovo to become a vehicle for inter- community dialogue and social inclusion."
In this myriad of food-related nuances, one thing is for sure - everyone likes good food.
UNDP in Kosovo, together with a wide range of local and international partners, has achieved important results during 2017.
Opinion Editorial by Ulrika Richardson, UN Development Coordinator and UNDP Resident Representative on the occasion of 5 June, World Environment Day
A healthy planet is essential for a prosperous and peaceful future.
Main data of the survey show that there is a wide gap between marginalised Roma, Ashkali and Egyptian communities and neighbouring non-RAE in terms of human capabilities and material well-being.
How people perceive a thing tells a lot about how important and useful it is for them and how knowledgeable they are on it.

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1.8 Million

Population

29.7

Poverty rate

$3,579

GDP per capita

0.714

Human Dev. Index

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