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Advancing Together (AT), partner organization of #UNHCR, through the project “Multi-Partner Trust Fund” (MPTF) in response of United Nations Organizations (UNO) to recovery from #COVID19, has commenced with implementation of professional vocational training for non-majority communities, returnees and IDPs, in order to improve their economic situation, social inclusion and easier reintegration into society. This project aims to build the professional capacities of returnees and IDPs in the field of welding and patisserie, enabling them to acquire professional knowledge and skills in this field, in order to have access to rights and easier integration into active measures of the labor market and greater employment opportunities in these professions.

NGO “Advancing Together” (AT), at this time of pandemic, in order to support and assist all those who are the categories of returnees, internally displaced persons and members of other marginalized groups, such as Roma, Ashkali and Egyptian communities, has activated a special telephone line for their requests and needs, that are related to: COVID-19, legal assistance and advice, support to access public services, information on access to material assistance and in the field of safeguard from sexual and gender-based violence.

The telephone line will be free of charge every working day from 8:30 AM to 16:30 PM.

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Advancing Together” (AT) partner organization of UNHCR, with the aim of raising awareness among the most vulnerable children of the returnee community, held an online information session with Roma returnee children in Graçanicë/Gračanica municipality to discuss about the COVID-19, where they discussed together the general health recommendations provided by the World Health Organization (WHO), on how to protect and promote children’s rights during this pandemic.

Advancing Together (AT) advocacy with Municipal Emergency Commission in Pejë municipality, 21 families benefited flour, 25 kg each family. Among the beneficiaries, 17 families are Egyptian, Roma and Ashkali returnees and three (3) Extremely Vulnerable Families from Egyptian community, all from villages Brestovik and Vitomiricë.



Advancing Together promotes a multi-ethnic society that is founded on universal individual and collective rights and equality, and where all persons have the opportunity to express their talents, skills and pursue their self-accomplishment. In our vision of the future, the voices of the least fortunate and most vulnerable amongst us are heard and their rights acknowledged.


In achieving that Vision, Advancing Together has taken upon the mission of advocating, promoting, and developing measures and programs to ensure that the rights of all communities and their members are respected. Through active engagement in policy debate and development, watchdog activities, education, service delivery and active engagement of communities in building social safety nets, we undertake to promote the rights of vulnerable groups within Kosovo and internationally.



UNHCR’s operation in Kosovo has progressively evolved throughout the years from humanitarian assistance to advocacy and capacity building. As Kosovo endeavors to strengthen its institutions, UNHCR has assumed a supportive role to the authorities in an effort to help designing strategies for the adoption of the most appropriate durable solutions for the displaced population within and outside Kosovo. Mission of Project This project aims to support Kosovo institutions to exercise in more proactive manner their role to develop and implement its legal framework and policies with incorporated outcomes of the displaced persons needs assessment to find the most appropriate durable solutions for sustainable return and the displaced population within and outside Kosovo.

ROMACTED Programme

ROMACTED, “Promoting good governance and Roma empowerment at local level”, is a Joint Programme between the European Union (DG NEAR) and the Council of Europe. The programme will be implemented by the Council of Europe’s Roma and Travellers Team and the Office of the Directorate General of Programmes in Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Kosovo*, Montenegro, Serbia, “the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia” and Turkey. The agreement with between the EC and the CoE was signed on 1 May 2017, and after a six month period of inception, the programme will be implemented in approximately 59 Municipalities (local administrations, elected representatives and officials) and the Roma communities, for a period of 28 to 30 months, until the end of April 2020.

Erasmus + Project on Building Capacity for Roma Organization’s on EU Funding and Partnership Building

“Roaming – Capacity Building of Roma Organization’s on EU Funding and Partnership Building” which is being implemented under the leadership of Montenegro-based NGO “Young Roma” which has started on 01/09/2016 and will last till 01/09/2017 where Advancing Together is one of the implementing partners of the project. The main target groups of “Roaming” are CSOs active in “SIMURGH” Roma Network whose member and implementing partner is Advancing Together jointly with Out Of the Box International/Belgium, Asocijacija Koordinatora za romska pitanja/Serbia, Association of Citizens ROMAVERSITAS – Skoplje/FYRM, Mladi Romi/BiH, Disutni Albania/Albania, who were selected due to their experience and expertise who will recruit other 40 CSOs through the co-based open calls in the second part of the project.

2019 Case Number Counts

Refugee Cases

International Displaced Person Cases

Returnee Cases

2019 Project Goal Achivement