INTERDEV2 addresses some of the paramount challenges citizens of not only the partner municipalities, but of Kosovo in general, face: high rate and long spells of unemployment, lack of decent income generation, poor public services, as well as socioeconomic exclusion of women, youth, and other vulnerable groups.
ReLOaD will improve cooperation between local governments and CSOs, while strengthening capacities of all relevant stakeholders to engage more productively in such partnerships. Importantly, the Project will work on introducing and sustaining a transparent, development-oriented and project-based approach to funding of CSOs by local government budgets that contributes to realization of local priorities in line with development strategies.
The purpose of the programme is to tackle the presence of domestic violence in a compact manner. In that sense, individual activities range from direct assistance to the survivors of domestic violence; capacity building support to the municipalities, service delivery institutions and civil society organizations in; creation and strengthening of coordination mechanisms in order to effectively respond to domestic violence cases.
Public Pulse is a successor to the Kosovo Early Warning project and continues to work on research and analysis of important issues and provide opinions and perceptions of citizens on the performance of the government of Kosovo and other public Institutions.
KSSP is a holistic security approach aiming to support the development of the relevant legal framework, strategies, and action plans. This will result in various outcomes focused on small arms control, safer communities and preventing violent extremism.
The project will directly engage Community representatives in the renovation and protection of their own living space, particularly when these communities host sites of religious and cultural significance for other communities
The STJK will support and facilitate the work of project partners in drafting a “national strategy” on dealing with the past and reconciliation that includes those transitional justice mechanisms they see most suitable for Kosovo
The project; which is the follow up of the Kosovo Small Arms Control (KOSSAC) project aims to support the Kosovo stakeholders in controlling the widespread illegal possession and circulation of small arms and light weapons and through a risk based management and evidence based approach to minimize the risks of these weapons and explosive materials
The project goal is to promote the joint management of the shared water resources of the White Drin Basin as part of the planned activities to foster joint management of the transboundary Drin River Basin.
Both legislative and technical capacities will be developed at local and central levels while various awareness-raising and training activities will be organized to enhance capacities of women to prepare for and respond to disasters. The project will ultimately contribute to strengthened disaster resilience in Kosovo
Kosovo’s economy, population, and environment are moderately exposed and highly vulnerable to natural hazards. Climate change is expected to amplify exposure to meteorological hazards. The objective of this project (2013-2015) is to reduce disaster and climate risks in Kosovo and thus contribute to the attainment of country development strategies and the Millennium Development Goals.
The project is improving livelihoods of the local people through protection of natural resources; promoting local resources; improving capacities of farmers and producers; improving energy efficiency; and good governance and better gender equality.
The project is a joint initiative of UNDP, UN Women and EU to ensure greater participation of women in peace building and post-conflict planning and supporting efforts to ensure the implementation of commitments on women, peace and security with a particular focus on ensuring greater participation and leadership of women in peace building and post-conflict recovery.
The overall objective of this Kosovo Human Development Report is to analyze the existing datasets in the fields of: 1. Agricultural Education and Training; 2. Sustainable Agricultural Productivity for food, income and employment; 3. Rural infrastructure, and 4. Special features of life in rural areas (demographics, education, income, employment, types of farming and production). The KHDR 2017 will thoroughly analyze agriculture and rural development from a holistic and inclusive perspective.