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Medica Kosova addresses implementation of National Strategy against Domestic Violence in line with Istanbul Convention

UN Trust Fund established by the UN General Assembly in 1996 as the global inter-agency mechanism to End Violence against Women approved Medica Kosova project on addressing implementation of above Strategy t...Read More

After two decades, the hidden victims of the Kosovo war are finally recognised

Karen McVeigh

 

Women who survived sexual violence in the Kosovo conflict have belatedly become eligible for a w...Read More

IMPLEMENTING NORMS, CHANGING MINDS: EWL MEETS WITH WOMEN'S ORGANIZATIONS FROM THE WESTERN BALKANS AND TURKEY

From July 23rd-25th, the European Women’s Lobby (EWL) met with over 20 representatives from civil society and grassroots organisations combatting violence against women and girls in Skopje, FYR Macedonia.

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WOMEN’S RIGHTS ACTIVISTS FROM WESTERN BALKANS DEVELOP A STUDY VISIT TO VILNIUS IN LITHUANIA

Medica Kosova and representatives from women’s organizations in Albania, Montenegro, Macedonia, Bosnia and Serbia participate in an advocacy training and a number of study activities in the beautiful capital of ...Read More

FOR THE FIFTH TIME, WOMEN IN MEDICA KOSOVA MET WITH A LEADER OF KFOR IN KOSOVA

Major General Salvatore Cuoci is the 5 th Commander of Peacekeeping forces in Kosovo – KFOR who
visited Medica Kosova and met a number of survivors of sexual violence during the war. Hence, 20
wome...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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