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Investing in opportunities for women and youth employment.
Investing in opportunities for women and youth employment.
USAID

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  • USAID After School Support for Teens After School Support Program aims to develop employability and entrepreneurial skills in youth, increase the likelihood of them making informed career choices, and increase their positive attitude
    towards future.
  • USAID Agricultural Growth and Rural Opportunities: developing a more competitve agricultural sector in Kosovo by improving farm production and food processing, increasing linkages to domestic and export markets, and strenthening strategic partners. This $12M, five-year activity funded by USAID started in march 2015.
  • USAID Engagement for Equity works to improve the integration of vulnerable and marginalized groups and strengthens civil society’s role in raising critical democracy and governance issues.
  • USAID EMPOWER Private Sectorcreating jobs by promoting firm-level competitiveness and building workforce skills in sectors with the highest potential for growth. Companies targeted for support are primarily in the wood, apparel, energy, ICT, tourism and metal sectors. This $14M, five-year activity funded by USAID started in 2014. 
  • USAID Justice System Strengthening Program: promotes the rule of law in Kosovo by improving the judiciary’s efficiency, accountability, and professionalism. This four-year program that started in November 2015 focuses on promoting a judicial system that adheres to high standards of independence, impartiality, integrity, accountability, and transparency, and on supporting the functioning and integration of judicial structures in the north.
  • USAID Partnering for Impact in Information and Communication Technology focuses on setting up a system of continous professional and vocational education tailored toward market needs.  
  • USAID Property Rights Program (PRP) is working to make it easier for people in Kosovo to buy, register, use and sell property. This will give people more freedom and ability to pursue their dreams, provide for their families and start and grow a business.
  • USAID REPOWER-Kosovo: promoting clean energy and improves the enabling environment for private sector investment in the energy sector. REPOWER provides support and technical assistance to Kosovo energy organizations, including the Ministry of Economic Development (MED), the Energy Regulatory Office (ERO), the Transmission System and Market Operator (KOSTT), and the Kosovo Energy Corporation (KEK.)
  • USAID Responsive, Effective, Accountable Governance aims to advance principles which are designed to improve legislative and political responsiveness to citizen needs. These principles include: political integrity, legislative transparency, government accountability and citizen inclusion to enrich public discourse, increase citizens’ political agency, and increase political focus on citizen needs.
  • USAID Strengthening Election Administration Activity in Kosovo: working to improve the quality of the electoral processes in Kosovo and through legitimate elections strengthen democracy.
  • USAID Transformational Leadership Program – Immersion & Public Service Courses is a five-year activity, operating in all regions of Kosovo. The goal is to enhance existing human capital and talent through implementation of its two strategic objectives.
  • USAID Transformational Leadership Program – Scholarships and Partnerships developed a cadre of leaders that drive change in priority economic and social areas in Kosovo, through scholarships, academic exchanges and institution building at Kosovo’s largest public research university, the University of Prishtina.
  • USAID Transformational Leadership Program – Citizens Corps aims to leave behind a cadre of transformational leaders coordinated and working towards as agents of positive change across the public, private and civil society sectors in our country.
  • USAID Transparent, Effective and Accountable Municipalities supports anti-corruption activities. The project began on January 2017 and is scheduled to conclude in January 2022.

Last updated: February 13, 2019

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