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Creating self-employment for rural women and families​ - an Eu funded project

December 2014

Donations to Bank Account
SHHBK "Nena Tereze" Procredit Bank-Prishtinë Account Nr: 1110031497000159

Donations to Address
KHCS "Mother Teresa"
St. Mujë Krasniqi" pn
ULPIANA U1/1
10000 Prishtinë/a
Kosovo

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Mother Teresa Biography

Mother Teresa (1910 – 1997), born Agnes Gonxha Bojaxhiu, was a Catholic nun of Albanian ethnicity and Indian citizenship, who founded the Missionaries of Charity in Calcutta, India in 1950.

For over 45 years she ministered to the poor, sick, orphaned, and dying, while guiding the Missionaries of Charity's expansion, first throughout India and then in other countries.

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MOTHER TERESA SOCIETY

What's new?

Mother Teresa Society contributing to low income families and rural women of Kosovo
– KHCS “Mother Teresa” in partnership with Center for Protection of Women and Children started the implementation of the Project “Creating self-employment for rural women and families” generously supported by European Union Kosovo, the project will last 16 months. The project ‘Creating self-employment for rural women and families’ tends to contribute in promoting family small scales entrepreneurship in Kosovo as a means of empowering women and socially deprived families, and encouraging economic growth in the region. This project will support sixty (60) marginalized families, women and other community members with low income, in stimulating beekeeping, green housing, goat rearing in the municipality of Prizren, Vushtri, Viti, Mitrovica and Dragash. Read more

 

Story from the field: Qollaku Family
– Nagjije Binak Qollaku, was born in the village Planej, Prizren, mother of two children, an unemployed, lives in a poor economic situation, sheltered in a collective center, since the war and so far. As the result of the permanent family violence, she was left from her ex-husband for 16 years now, and now she is the head of her family. Her two sons attend the lessons, one of them goes to the Public University in Prizren, and the other one goes in the high school. The last one suffers from the disease of epilepsy, which only gets worst because of the deplorable living condition. Overall, Nagjia's situation is very serious, according to the doctors' diagnosis; she suffers from cancer in the uterus. Read more