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The present Public Pulse on Corruption, focuses its analysis on perceptions of citizens of Kosovo on the prevalence of corruption, with particular emphasis on Kosovo public institutions on both central and local level
The new regional Human Development Report titled “Progress at Risk” shows that women, migrant workers, youths and ethnic minorities such as the Roma are particularly at risk of falling behind
The KMS 2015 report gauges the perceptions and opinions of more than 6,700 citizens on public services ranging from management of primary and secondary schools, all the way to public sidewalks, sanitation and hygiene
For more than 11 years of successful operation, the CDF project has built individual and organizational capacities for design and implementation of policies and effective leadership and management
The BONEVET (“Do it Yourself”) is a non-profit community center dedicated to empowering and training Kosovo’s youth in programming, coding, manufacturing, and woodworking
Blerta and Zana founded Girls Coding Kosova (GCK), an NGO dedicated to empowering and training women and girls in coding and programming. GCK immediately resonated with Kosovan women
Kosovo institutions and UNDP marked the international day for weapons destruction by melting 2382 small and light confiscated weapons
Results and achievements of UNDP in Kosovo during 2015
With roughly 2 out of 3 young Kosovars in the labour force not having a job, marketable skills are something young Kosovars, particularly in rural areas, are in rather short supply
Kosovo now has 43 proud new entrepreneurs who themselves hire more people to grow their start-ups
Tanja, a young woman from south Kosovo, breakes occupation stereotypes earning her living as a welder
UNDP Kosovo supports the capacity development of the central and local level gender focal points in disaster management and disaster risk reduction and contribute to the gender mainstreaming in disaster risk reduction and climate change
Mimoza Kusari-Lila, the only woman Mayor in Kosovo tells her life in two minutes
Arriving in Kosovo in October 2013, I felt inspired by Kosovo’s youthful spirit and potential, while fully aware of its difficult past and complexities. It has now been more than two years and I continue to be surprised every day. - Andrew Russell
Watch children in Kosovo decide what they want to be when they grow up
The UNDP Kosovo animation video "What is human development?" explains and promotes sustainable human development which means the creation of the same opportunities for a life with dignity for all people and next generations.