Qatar Charity (QC) implemented more than 350 humanitarian and development projects in Kosovo last year, benefiting more than 70,000 people.
The implemented projects covered most areas of humanitarian and developmental intervention. More than 140 wells were dug, and 148 projects were implemented in the field of economic empowerment and food security. More than 54 projects were implemented in the field of education, health, and social housing, in addition to 8 projects implemented in the relief field.
Last year, Qatar Charity continued the sponsorship of 3,600 persons, including orphans, students, people with special needs, and poor families. It also trained more than 400 students on different linguistic and IT skills through its ‘Qatar Training Center’.
Besides, Qatar Charity began implementing qualitative development projects, which include an Islamic center in the Lipljan Municipality, and an emergency center in the Podujeve municipality, in addition to a health center in the Gjilan municipality.
It is worth mentioning that Qatar Charity has implemented all its development and humanitarian projects with a high level of coordination with the concerned authorities of Kosovo through the conclusion of more than 20 executive agreements. This strengthens the credibility and role of Qatar Charity in the country’s sustainable development and supporting the vulnerable. The increase in Qatar Charity's programs for Kosovo exceeded 25% in 2022 compared to 2021.
Qatar Charity has been working in Kosovo for 22 years in the development and humanitarian fields. It signed more than 150 agreements with the concerned authorities in the country and was highly praised by the officials and competent authorities for the impact of its various projects.