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“it is not about winning or losing, rather engaging youth in inter- municipal and international cooperation through a shared love of sports.”
Guests applauded as the newly renovated firefighting facility in Leposaviq/ć was revealed. As part of UNDP’s Kosovo Disaster Risk Reduction Initiative (KDRRI), funded by UNDP’s Bureau for Programme and Policy Support Funding Window, the municipality of Leposaviq/ć was able to repair a leaking roof, install new...
Production and employment meets social objectives
Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina, April 25, 2017 – The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and the European Union (EU) launched an ambitious programme to substantially increase the involvement of civil society organizations in local development efforts. Spanning Albania, Kosovo, Montenegro, Serbia, the...
In Cyprus and Kosovo, cultural heritage is bringing communities together
The President of the Executive Board of the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) welcomed the appointment of Achim Steiner as the Organization’s new Administrator
The Anti-Corruption Project (SAEK) conducted a two-day workshop to transform corruption data into edible diagrams – with the purpose of raising awareness on the importance that data plays in the fight against corruption
UNDP Kosovo Deputy Resident Representative, Alessandra Roccasalvo, gave an interview for the latest KFOR Chronicle, a monthly magazine that is published by Kosovo Force (KFOR) HQ
UN Agencies in Kosovo joined the global call to “Stand Out” for Syria with a moment of silence to give voice to those silenced by the conflict and to send a message to Member States and world leaders to put an end to the carnage now
The conference gathered distinguished guests and experts from the region to discuss their past projects as well as present achievements of the Kosovo project on protection of cultural heritage
According to the Kosovo HDR 20156, women’s labour market participation is the lowest in the region: 82% of working age women in Kosovo are neither employed nor looking for work. The report finds that women are particularly constrained by many barriers, including their traditional role as the primary caregiver in the family.
The time is now to resolve to clear away the barriers to gender equality in the world of work and all other spheres. The 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development urges that no one be left behind. That means leaving no woman behind – anywhere
Making Kosovo better for women and men, one song at a time!
Edhe përmes këngës e bëjmë Kosovën më të mirë për gra dhe burra!
I pevajući činimo Kosovo boljim za žene i muškarce!
UNDP in Kosovo office hosted a conference on small arms and light weapons (SALW) control with KFOR and SEESAC
Austrian Development Agency and UNDP continue to help Kosovars get new jobs and improve lives
The restoration and rehabilitation of works in four cultural heritage sites, funded by the EU office in Kosovo and implemented by UNDP’s “Confidence Building through Cultural Protection” project were inaugurated in the Municipality of Lipjan/Lipljan
The programme gave more than 130 recent university graduates the opportunity to carry out a two month internships in various private sector companies throughout Kosovo