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January 20, 2017

In early November, staff and students at the University of Prishtina’s Faculty of Agriculture and Veterinary Medicine took the first x-ray of an animal in Kosovo. Professor Daniël Cronk from the University of Minnesota led a week-long workshop on radiology, setting up and using radiology equipment at the Faculty of Agriculture and Veterinary. “The radiology equipment had been sitting unused for a year at the faculty,” explained professor Cronk. “We took the time to walk through how to use the equipment in detail during the workshop.”

December 15, 2016

Kosovo’s Parliament, the youngest in Europe, is working to improve the quality and effectiveness of its legislation. Some current laws are easily challenged as Assembly members have little access to the kind of outside opinion and expert research and analysis that strengthens legislative debate and decision-making.

December 15, 2016

Differences matter in Kosovo. USAID, through its activities with Kosovo’s civil society, is working to build an inclusive society where the human rights of all groups are respected. The importance of social inclusion was highlighted at a December 8 conference in Pristina that brought together key stakeholders dealing with vulnerable and marginalized groups.

December 15, 2016

Building a better Kosovo means a more inclusive Kosovo in which all citizens and communities – including youth – have the opportunities they deserve to grow and advance.

December 2, 2016

USAID-supported project are improving the lives of citizens in the Peja/Pec region, according to the citizens of Belopolje/Bellopojë and Gorazdevac/Gorazhdec. USAID Mission Director James Hope and Mayor Gazmend Muhaxheri spoke to the residents of these two villages on November 22, 2016 during the inauguration of the new water pump station in Belopolje/Bellopojë and public street lighting in Gorazdevac/Gorazhdec.   

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