A women's cooperative, supported by the New World program, has made a business out of traditional products. They sell pastas, jams, dried fruits, and pickles, and all production is powered by solar energy.
Albania's National Centre for the Treatment and Rehabilitation of the Victims of Domestic Abuse, has been operational since 2011, and offers services to around 100 victims of domestic violence per year.
In rural areas of the country, many women are still deprived of the opportunity to actively participate in social and economic life, especially because of early marriage. But through Women Resource Centers, they are learning new skills and opening businesses.
The ENPARD programme is designed to support the agricultural institutions, encourage the development of farmers’ associations, and improve access to more affordable food in the European Neighborhood countries.
Meet a new generation of talent, shaping the future one idea at a time. A Self-Employment Programme supports job seekers with skills to launch their own enterprises with a start-up grant and mentoring services.
Anila is one of 700 women who has received free legal aid and counselling services from the Civic and Legal Initiatives Centre. Each year, this centre provides free legal aid and representation in courts to around 120 vulnerable women across the country.