Timo Stegelmann, Help Managing Director
“Following the principle of “Help towards self-reliance”, Help supports the efforts of low-income families, women, youth, prisoners, and former prisoners, people with disabilities to improve their living conditions through their own means and for the long-term to strengthen the resilience of communities.”
Shqipe Breznica, Country Director: “In Kosovo, Help will continue its effort in empowering micro-businesses with in-kind grants and provide business and professional training to increase their capacities as well as to facilitate labour market access. Kosovo Correctional Services and Kosovo Probation Services will be supported within the resocialization component. As for the local communities’ improvement, kindergartens in the capital will be supported to create a stimulating environment. In addition, previously established local structures will be utilized in synergetic action for a common good to produce and set up outdoor trash bins installed in the capital of Kosovo, Prishtina”.
|#||Project Title||No. of beneficiaries||Type of support||Donor||Years of implementation||Gallery|
|Vibrant ICT-BPO sector for better economic opportunities||3 interventions supported, 151 beneficiaries|| 1. Access to better functioning business services (e.g. information /research and knowledge generation),
2. The supply of skilled workforce (with better employability or freelancing)
|Socio-economic empowerment of the Western Balkans||193 clients||The programme objective is to create mechanisms and networks for the empowerment of marginalised groups including COVID-19 recovery measures and thus facilitate their inclusion and social prosperity.||Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Federal German Government, Kosovo Partner Municipalities||2021-||Click here|