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Medica Kosova contributing into discussions about the Secretary General's Guidance on Reparations for War-Related Sexual Violence

UN Women in cooperation with OHCHR and IOM organized a regional workshop and launch of the UN Guidance Note on reparations for conflict-related sexual violence during 9-10 June in Sarajevo, BiH.

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International Conference about promoting the role of women in interfaith dialog and countering violent extremism

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Institute for Interfaith Dialogue organized a two-day conference in Pristina for addressing the crucial role of women in developing interfaith dialogue and combating v...Read More

Chair of the Democratic Woman visits Medica Kosova

The head of the Democratic Woman, Mrs. Justina Shiroka Pula stayed in Medica Kosova during her visit in Gjakova today. The honorable professor expressed her interest in economic empowerment of war traumatized women an...Read More

Increased number of survivors of war rape seeking support in the organization

A seventeen year old pregnant girl as a result of rape from Serbian militaries, another strong woman who requested documentation of rape at the war crimes unit and the first witness against Milosevic trial in Hagu...Read More

Medica Kosova welcomes sentence of Karadzic and expresses disappointment about release of Seselj

Although 8 years since the arrest of the criminal Radovan Karadzic passed, and only 10 days from the announcement of his sentence by Hague Tribunal to 40 years of imprisonment, Medica Kosova recalls the...Read More

“Medica Kosova” is established in Aug 1999 and registered as a local NGO since Oct 2003 for improving mental and physical situation of women affected by war and post-war violence. The support consists of psychosocial counseling, legal assistance, provision of agricultural and bee-keeping activities for increasing family incomes, medical care in the center ambulance and the mobile unit traveling to the villages of Dukagjini Region. To this end, the organization implemented over 30 projects providing social and rehabilitation services, reproductive health care, women’s access to properties and other legal rights, and since 2011 access to justice and documentation of war rape.

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