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June 5, 2014

USAID is seeking applications from qualified locally registered Kosovo non-government organization (NGOs) for a Cooperative Agreement to fund new program entitled “Advancing Kosovo Together- Local Solutions”. USAID encourages applicants to propose creative collaborative partnerships with other Local Civil Society organizational, non-governmental organizations, educational institutions, business and professional associations and other community organizations to implement activities under this program.   

USAID/Kosovo Mission Director Maureen Shauket leads the troops into battle
June 13, 2012

On May 24, 2012 the people of Kosovo turned out in huge numbers - an estimated 70,000 volunteers for a nationwide environmental cleanup advertised as “Let’s Do It Kosova” Day. It was Kosovo’s first contribution to an annual one-day global cleanup organized by a consortium of NGO’s with the support of businesses, corporations and international donors.

Celebrating improvements to the community playground in Ibarsko Postenje
June 1, 2012

Residents of two communities in Leposavic are enjoying improvements to local infrastructure with the support of the American People. The U.S. Agency for International Development recently renovated a playground in Ibarsko Postenje and re-surfaced a road in Gornji Krnjin. Both of the projects were implemented by the USAID Kosovo Activities for Supporting Schools Program at the request of local residents. The program assists similar infrastructure improvements in communities throughout the North.

May 31, 2012

An exhibition Wednesday (April 25, 2012) in Pristina showcased new educational technology products that are available to schools from local business outlets. The technology already is being used in some schools with the support of the USAID Basic Education Program in cooperation with the Ministry of Education, Science and Technology.

``From Our Land to Our Table`` Says, ``Buy Local!``
May 22, 2012

Kosovo`s farmers and food processors produce wonderful local products using the freshest of berries, plums, peppers, and much more. The problem for the farmers and processors is that the people of Kosovo tend to buy imported foods because of concerns about quality and sanitation. The USAID New Opportunities for Agriculture Program www.noakos.com is working to change that, in partnership with the Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Rural Development.

Drawing the winning names in Peja!
May 21, 2012

Kosovo has a lot of natural water, but getting it to people in need requires infrastructure and money. The Regional Water Companies build and maintain the pipes, but they have trouble maintaining them properly because so many water customers do not pay their bills. In fact, some people tap into the pipes illegally, causing damage and introducing potential contaminants.


Last updated: July 11, 2014

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