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Transforming Lives

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High school students in Veliko Ropotovo/ Ropotove e Madhe in the first afterschool class held in the USAID-supported computer la

A USAID program in Kosovo helped make afterschool English and computer classes possible for more than 1,000 students in 13 schools nationwide.

High School students in the town of Ferizaj/Urosevac show their USAID certificates after a year of extracurricular computer and

For three years, high school students in Kosovo benefited from access to computers, internet, and the English language through USAID’s “Community Service through Extracurricular Activities” initiative.

A USAID study tour demonstrated to local road construction companies such as the Papenburg/Adriani Company (shown here construct

USAID is helping asphalt producers to improve the quality of asphalt and of road construction through hands-on trainings designed specifically to address their needs.

University of Prishtina students Fatmir Halili and Islam Pepaj looking at the university's new web site

The University of Prishtina is Kosovo’s only public university; it serves the higher-education needs of more than 30,000 students. Although the university has made significant progress in meeting the requirements of the Bologna Process (the European university system), student record keeping is still paper-based, meaning that students must come to the university a minimum of nine times to register for the semester. Each of these visits involves waiting in long lines to submit or collect forms and paperwork or to learn of registration-specific information.

The Mayor of Viti/Vitina Municipality (Mr. Nexhmedin Arifi, on stage) updates citizens on progress toward his campaign promises

USAID-supported initiative provided citizens of Kosovo with an opportunity to hold elected officials accountable for their promises and their performance.