About UNDP in Kosovo

On the ground in Kosovo since 1999, the United Nations Development Programme has earned a reputation as an independent and experienced partner in the collective effort to build and strengthen Kosovo institutions and achieve sustainable development. 

What do we want to accomplish?


UNDP works globally to strengthen new frameworks and create innovative solutions for development, disaster risk reduction and climate change. We support Kosovo's efforts to achieve the new Sustainable Development Goals, which will guide global development priorities for the next 15 years.

Our vision is that of a prosperous, inclusive, and politically stable Kosovo, within Europe. In support of this vision, UNDP focuses on building and sharing solutions in three areas:

·        Sustainable development

·        Democratic governance and peacebuilding

·        Environment, climate and disaster resilience

Every day we feel privileged to work with our partners on these transformative, high leverage activities to improve governance and rule of law, and to provide sustainable employment, especially for youth, minorities, and women.  

What are our results?


Since establishing our first office on 1 August 1999, UNDP Kosovo has delivered over 200 million USD in assistance to the Kosovo people.

During the initial post-conflict reconstruction (1999-2002), UNDP largely engaged in emergency reconstruction and rehabilitation, providing assistance to the housing sector, and promoting rapid employment generation, including the Village Employment and Rehabilitation Programme, funded by the European Agency for Reconstruction, which provided over 20,000 Kosovars with short-term jobs.

Today we focus on the toughest, long-term development challenges in Kosovo, working through strategic partnerships to promote economic growth, enhance human security, and improve environmental sustainability. Our primary contribution in recent years has been the strengthening of institutions working to generate employment, fight corruption, and enhance access to justice. 

Who are the decision makers?

Mr. Andrew Russell
UN Development Coordinator and UNDP Resident Representative

Ms. Alessandra Roccasalvo
Deputy Resident Representative

Ms. Valbona Bogujevci
Programme Coordinator


How many are we?

Contract Type


Service Contract


UN Volunteers


UNDP Staff




Our Consultants

List of all current consultants (SCs, SSAs) who will receive $30,000 or more from the CO over a 12 month period.  For each consultant, the total amount of compensation and/or compensation rate should be included.

Project Title

Consultant Name

Value (US$)

Public Administration Reform

Consultant 1


Public Administration Reform

Consultant 2


Public Administration Reform

Consultant 3


Public Administration Reform

Consultant 4


Public Administration Reform

Consultant 5


Conservation of  Biodiversity and Sustainable Land use Management

Consultant 6


Conservation of  Biodiversity and Sustainable Land use Management

Consultant 7


Conservation of  Biodiversity and Sustainable Land use Management

Consultant 8


Conservation of  Biodiversity and Sustainable Land use Management

Consultant 9


Conservation of  Biodiversity and Sustainable Land use Management

Consultant 10


Support MESP for Environment and Climate Change

Consultant 11


UNDP in Kosovo Organigrame
UNDP in Kosovo Organigrame
Kosovo Programme Action Plan 2011 - 2015
UNDP KPAP 2011-2015
The UN Resident Coordinator's system in Kosovo
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*References to Kosovo shall be understood to be in the context of Security Council Resolution 1244 (1999)
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