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  • Mission Director James Hope talks to children during a visit to a USAID supported learning center for Roma, Ashkali and Egyptian (RAE) children

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  • Peer to peer education through girls and technology acitivities

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  • Women empowerment through job generation in private sector

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  • Different varieties of delicious Kosovo apples result of USAID agriculture activities

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About Kosovo


USAID's projects in Kosovo focus on economic growth, democracy and governance to help achieve lasting security, prosperity and stability. Improved education, economic opportunities and quality of life increase the confidence of Kosovo Serbs that they have a viable future in Kosovo.

Some of the Agency's efforts in the country include:

  • Community-based programs that have rehabilitated and built community infrastructure, engaged young people and supported businesses in minority areas of Kosovo.
  • Economic growth activities to develop Kosovo’s private sector and modernize the business environment, increasing local production and employment for the short- and long-term growth of local enterprises, and reducing imports.
  • Strengthening rule-of-law, good governance, decentralization and democracy.

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Country Development Cooperation Strategy [PDF, 3MB]

Last updated: August 09, 2016

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Contact Information

Mission Contact

Arberia, Ismail Qemali Street, House NO. 1
10000 Pristina
+038 5959 2000

USAID Contact

Jeffrey Cochrane
U.S. Agency for International Development
Bureau for Europe and Eurasia, SA-44
, DC 
(202) 567-4052
(202) 567-4261