What We Do

Since 1999, the United Nations Development Programme has earned a strong reputation as an independent and experienced partner in the effort to rebuild Kosovo. After the initial period of post-conflict reconstruction, it has helped establish and develop local institutions. Kosovo is now on a new phase of development.

Our Goals

UNDP is ideally placed to help the Kosovan people and institutions in overcoming the future challenges as well. We will contribute to Kosovo's priorities and development of capacities of various partners through the following programme components: inclusive growth and development, democratic governance, and environmental sustainability. Efforts will continue to reinforce mainstreaming gender equality and women empowerment across the programme.

Kosovo Heritage

A man sitting on the old stone bridge near a village of Bistazhin in the municipality of Gjakovë/Djakovica

Our Stories

  • HOPE

    WSSI/UNDP’s focus also remains on awareness raising campaigns on domestic violence which are organized every year and which prove to be fruitful.more

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  • A farmer caries a lamb among the sheep herd

    Sheep farming - employment opportunity for the poor
    A farmer caries a lamb among the sheep herd

    Poor farmers that raise sheep now have a chance to improve their earnings by selling their wool to other companies – mainly to wool collecting sites in Ferizaj/Uroševac, Prizren and other regions of Kosovo.more

Projects and Initiatives

CDF for Institutional Reform: CLOSED

The Capacity Development Facility for Institutional Reform project works to strengthen individual and organizational capacities of the Kosovo government to meet the challenges deriving from the European integration process. more

Diaspora Engagement in Economic Development

Diaspora Engagement in Economic Development

The project aims to increase the opportunities for Kosovans living abroad to participate in the economic development of Kosovo. more

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UN Secretary-General visits Kosovo

Recent Publications
Public Pulse Report 5

The fifth edition of the Public Pulse Report, which provides valuable analysis of public perceptions while Kosovo consolidates its democracy and makes progress towards strengthening of its institutions and prudent governing.

Transitional Justice Report

The Repot analyses the public opinion and knowledge about and satisfaction with International Criminal Tribunal for Former Yugoslavia (ICTY), international judges and prosecutors working 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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