Inclusive Education and Integration in Kosovo aims to increase access to education and improve the quality of education for children from disadvantaged communities in Kosovo.
The project focuses on integrating vulnerable and disadvantaged children into the educational process and raising awareness about the causes and consequences of discrimination based on language, ethnicity, or other factors.
The analytical and monitoring tool, “Public Pulse,” launched jointly with UNDP in 2010, increases the communication between the public and democratic institutions regarding pertinent issues highlighted by bi-annual research.
The Kosovo is Ready project aims to support advocacy initiatives to protect the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender (LGBT) community from discrimination and human rights violations based on sexual orientation and gender identity in the public and private sectors. Consistent with the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Foreign Assistance Strategy, it advances and protects the civil rights of LGBT individuals and works to prevent backsliding.
In a society segregated physically and psychologically by the legacy of conflict, USAID through the National Democratic Institute (NDI) is convening Kosovars of diverse ethnic backgrounds in purposeful dialogue about the issues that both divide and unite them to engender cooperation between communities on issues of shared concern and interest.
The program’s main objectives are to:
USAID’s Property Rights Program (PRP) is a four-year initiative that aims to address challenges to claiming property rights in Kosovo by assisting local authorities in developing a plan for the stabilization of the property rights regime. The program will work in partnership with the Government of Kosovo, selected municipalities, and other relevant local and international stakeholders.
Together with the EU, the program will assist the Ministry of Justice (MOJ) to develop a property reform strategy and amend existing property-related legislation.
Last updated: July 29, 2015