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August 1, 2016

This project was designed to replace the Kosovo Food and Veterinary Agency’s (KFVA) multiple redundant and inefficient veterinary and phytosanitary systems with a new, unified system that will ensure better information exchange and interception of animal and plant products. 

The outcome of the activity will have a positive impact on international trade, specifically regarding easier and safer movement of goods with animal and plant origin.

August 1, 2016

USAID developed a loan portfolio guarantee to increase access to finance for Kosovo’s micro, small, and medium enterprises in agricultural value chains, as well as business startups in all sectors.  These guarantees give banks the incentive to lend to business startups and agribusinesses, especially young entrepreneurs and farmers, who would otherwise find it difficult or impossible to obtain financing, in order to demonstrate the potential profitability in these sectors.  USAID is also working to assist Kosovo’s financial sector to introduce new products tailored to meet the specific needs of start-ups and agricultural businesses.

August 1, 2016

EMPOWER Private Sector Support aims to increase competitiveness in growth-ready sectors and facilitate inclusive job creation, while also developing the capacity of local service providers to support the Kosovo private sector and respond to USAID contractor requirements. 

Launch of the Kosovo Credit Guarantee Fund
April 26, 2016

The U.S. Agency for International Development launched the Kosovo Credit Guarantee Fund (KCGF) at a ceremony organized today.

LAUNCHING GENDER RESPONSIVE BUDGETING IN KOSOVO
March 17, 2016

Gender Responsive Budgeting was launched at an event organized by USAID in partnership with the Kosovo Women’s Network (KWN).  The initiative will institutionalize Gender Responsive Budgeting (GRB) within the Ministry of Trade and Industry and the Ministry of Environment and Spatial Planning.

Gender Responsive Budgeting will help Kosovo’s government to reduce inequalities and address gender gaps in government policies, plans, and budgets.  Apart from planning, GRB interventions will assist better-use of existing funds.

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