Sage and calendula are the two medicinal and aromatic plants (MAPs) that a group of 15 women farmers in Kosovo will begin to cultivate and sell, thus generating more income for their
A group of about 20 tour operators and journalists from the Balkan region experienced the outdoor attractions in the area of Zubin Potok in north Kosovo on 20-21 May 2017 during
On 16 May 2017, the Regional Convention on Walnuts and Hazelnuts organized in Skopje brought together representatives of the private sector, government institutions, development
The first adventure park in Kosovo and the region officially opened on 10 May 2017 with a ceremony officiated by the Mayor of Pejë/Peć Gazmend Muhaxheri, PPSE Manager Sigrid Meijer a
On 25 April 2017, Agro Celina brought together a group of women farmers from Krusha e Madhe New to inform them about opportunities for cooperation and share information about sustainably
Cultivation of peppermint is highly profitable as there is a great export potential for that. This is still an untapped opportunity in Kosovo, and with good agricultural practices
New opportunities are becoming available for farmers in Kosovo to sustainably increase the production volume and quality, which is translated into increased income and new jobs.
With the purpose of increasing the vegetable production volume and promoting contracting between farmers and producers, PPSE project signed partnership agreements with four companies
"Shala e Bajgorës has a huge potential in developing mountain tourism, cultural tourism, eco-tourism and adventure tourism" stated Faruk Mujka, Deputy Mayor of Mitrovicë/a.
Developing a national tourism industry plays a key role in contributing to tourism growth, and to promoting the country’s touristic values and cultural heritage.
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A new pilot project targeting youth from vulnerable groups in Kosovo to start soon seeks to enhance their integration into the labor market.
The project “Coaching for Employment a
On 28 March 2017, a group of business organizations from various sectors in Kosovo kicked off a three-day training on strategies and tools that will help them become more effective.