Supporting Decent Work Opportunities for Young Albanians
Empowering Marginalized Communities in AlbaniaWith the right vocational training, Hatixhe Sula has become a tailor. Now, she can help to support her family.Not long ago, as a member of the excluded Roma community in Albania, she may not have come across this opportunity. An outreach campaign made her aware of it.
A better future for vulnerable youth in AlbaniaSidrit Dedja is an amazing person: curious, equipped with a good sense of humor, and a real sense of purpose. He is 25 years old, and was born in the town Shkodra, Albania with a significant motor disability.
In Albania, new horizons open for domestic violence survivorsRina spent the last three months of her last pregnancy at a shelter for survivors of domestic violence in Tirana. She and two of her younger children, aged 2 and 5, had fled their abusive home in Burrel, in the mountains of northern Albania.
Giving Roma and Egyptians in Albania an economic boostFirdes Tole, a divorced mother of three in the Roma community of Pogradec, in Albania, could barely make ends meet cultivating sage for 3 months a year as a seasonal worker at her neighbor’s farm.
Light at the end of the tunnel: Domestic violence in AlbaniaWhen Drita, 22, recently arrived at the National Centre for the Treatment and Rehabilitation of the Victims of Domestic Abuse, near Tirana, she had already been head of household, a mother, a wife, a girl, and a dreamer.
Introducing a new approach to service delivery for Roma Community in AlbaniaHave you ever thought that a community center can be a turning point in your life? Ask Manjola.
Women speak out against domestic violenceMaria and her children are the new comers in the sole state-run National Shelter for Domestic Violence Victims in Tirana which houses around 40 survivals.