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Medica Kosova presented many challenges for survivors of war rape in the closing meeting of the National Council

President of Kosova Mrs.Atifete Jahjaga closed the two year mandate of the National Council for the Survivors of Sexual Violence with the final request for bringing the perpetrators to justice. In this regard she...Read More

Women's organizations from Bosnia and Kosovo share their experiences in Pristina

With the support of Kvinna till Kvinna, a study visit between representatives from women's organizations in Bosnia and partner organizations of KtK in Kosovo took place in Hotel Prishtina with the topic of advocacy on...Read More

Medica Kosova expertise in the area of sexual violence shared in Istanbul workshop

Medica Kosova attended the two-day workshop on Women, Peace and Security in Istanbul, organized by UN Women's Europe and Central Asia Regional Office.

This workshop aimed at exchanging experiences among...Read More

Invisible Wounds - Trauma and Resilience

On Tuesday, Forum ZFD in Kosovo presented the third issue of the publication Balkan Perspectives in Prishtina. It explores the concepts of trauma and resilience and raises the attention for those who are now...Read More

Combatting Gender Based Violence: Refugee Women and girls in Turkey

Medica Kosova was participated in the UN Human Rights Thematic Group for 2 days in Ankara where representatives from Finnish, Swedish Government and EU delegations in Turkey spoke about existing service deli...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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