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Informing citizens about Property Rights
September 8, 2022

USAID’s Property Governance Activity, is a five-year initiative that aims to improve the property rights system in Kosovo, reduce corruption, increase women’s empowerment, and improve formal property rights and investments in real property.  The activity, in partnership with civil society, the private sector, and other local actors will advance Kosovo’s economic and democratic development.

September 8, 2022

Earlier this year, more than 70 TAK employees from regional offices throughout Kosovo completed a Customer Service Training, supported by USAID's Economic Governance Activity.  The training enables employees to better identify taxpayer expectations, improve customer service practices, and ensure a consistent approach across seven regional TAK offices.

September 8, 2022

Era Tahiri, a former student of Xhevdet Doda high school in Pristina, was among the first members of her school’s Makerspace – and it changed her life. The Makerspace, a component of USAID’s After School Support for Teens Activity, offered a Technician’s Club that Era joined. 

September 8, 2022

Thirteen Kosovo central and local institutions pledged to continue working with USAID to reform public procurement at a Memoranda of Understanding ceremony held on July 27 at the US Embassy in Pristina. The signatories committed to continue to make strides in transparency and accountability within their own institutions and to be champions of change that model the highest ethics and integrity for other municipalities in Kosovo and the wider Balkans region.

August 19, 2022

As a second year student at Prishtina’s Xhevdet Doda High School and a participant in USAID’s After School Support for Teens program, Stina Demolli has learned a lot. “I learned I’m responsible with what I do with my time…it’s never too early to think and prepare for my future,” she said. 

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Last updated: September 13, 2022

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