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Marginalized Roma community still most excluded in Albania

Marginalised Roma continue to face limited access to opportunities in virtually every aspect of human development such as basic rights, health,…

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3rd round of self-employment programme for young people launched in Tirana

The third round of self-employment programme for young people was launched today in Tirana. Proposed business ideas will receive support from this measure implemented by UNDP in partner-ship with…  


Happiness that comes with inclusion

Elda Media, a 9-year old Roma girl from Lezha takes pride at the dress she has designed and made herself with recyclable materials.  


Helping Albanian Municipalities boost service delivery to citizens

Valter is a person with disability from Kavaja who receives social assistance. Every month, municipalities display on paper the list of beneficiaries eligible for social assistance. Having no other…  


Safety at Sea and Ports: UNDP and Croatian Government embark on a new initiative

In the presence of the President of Croatia Kolinda Grabar-Kitarović, the United Nations Development Program in partnership with the Ministry of Infrastructure and Energy and the Ministry of Tourism…  


Investing in green economy: Power form sunshine in Albania

Albania has an estimated 260 sunny days/year thus representing a great potentials for renewable energy  


Providing jobs to Roma and Egyptian Recyclers

UNDP, Tirana Municipality and ECO Tirana have signed an agreement to integrate socially and economically Roma and Egyptian recyclers within Tirana territory by developing and implementing a pilot…  


60 children will enjoy a new nursery school in Berat: With EU we support education and development of children

The reconstructed nursery in the neighborhood Donika Kastrioti in Berat opened its doors today to 30 children of the age of 0-3-year-old half of whom are from the Roma and Egyptian communities, while…  


Marginalized Roma community still most excluded in Albania

Marginalised Roma continue to face limited access to opportunities in virtually every aspect of human development such as basic rights, health, education, housing, employment and standard of living,…  


Managing Marine Coastal Pollution in Albania: A new project launched in partnership with Government of Croatia

: The United Nations Development Program in partnership with the Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs of the Republic of Croatia, launched a new project: “Management of marine and coastline…  


UNDP Albania study on Religious Tolerance reveals that religious tolerance is broadly valued and supported by Albanian citizens

United Nations Development Programme in Albania together with the Institute for Democracy and Mediation published today the study on Albania’s Religious Tolerance carried out with support from the…  

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