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Croissance durable et inclusive au Kosovo


Bureau pays de LuxDev
Bureau Kosovo

Développement socio-économique

Période d'exécution
Novembre 2023 - Octobre 2026
Durée totale
36 mois

Budget total
6 500 000 EUR
Répartition des contributions
  • Gouvernement luxembourgeois
    6 500 000 EUR

L'objectif global du projet Croissance durable et inclusive au Kosovo est de contribuer à une croissance économique durable, en soutenant l'innovation, l'inclusion et le développement social dans un Kosovo plus vert.

L'objectif spécifique du projet vise à encourager l'innovation ainsi que les investissements locaux et étrangers dans un environnement e-sécurisé et transparent.

Le premier volet du projet se concentre sur la création du Fonds souverain de la République du Kosovo, qui promet d'améliorer les finances du gouvernement et d'attirer les investissements étrangers, entraînant ainsi une croissance économique.

Le deuxième volet améliorera les capacités du Kosovo en matière de cybersécurité. Compte tenu de la nécessité croissante de renforcer les infrastructures et les capacités cybernétiques, ce volet, mis en œuvre par le ministère de l'Intérieur, vise à renforcer la résilience du Kosovo face aux cybermenaces.

Le troisième volet concerne la stimulation de l'innovation dans le secteur privé. L'objectif est d'augmenter la valeur ajoutée des produits et des services et de surmonter les obstacles à l'exportation, ce qui conduit à la croissance économique. Il est mis en œuvre par le ministère de l'Industrie, de l'Entrepreneuriat et du Commerce.

La quatrième composante concerne le soutien du Parlement à la numérisation, en remplaçant son système de vote électronique non fonctionnel. L'objectif est d'améliorer la transparence du vote et la responsabilité des services d'information publique et de lever un obstacle spécifique sur la voie de l'intégration dans l'Union européenne. Ce volet est mis en œuvre par le Parlement du Kosovo.

Dernières nouvelles

  • LUXEMBOURG - Visit of a delegation from Kosovo

    Publié le 13 Mai 2024    Par Pascal FABING   EN

    A delegation led by Ms Fadile Dyla, General Secretary of the Ministry of Education, Science, Technology and Innovation in Kosovo and Ms Ryve Prekorogja, Head of the lifelong education division, came to Luxembourg in the framework of the project Skills for sustainable jobs in Kosovo. Ms Claire Stoffels (Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs, Defence, Development Cooperation and Foreign Trade), M. Behlul Shaljani and M. Pascal Fabing (LuxDev) have been accompanying the delegation who had the opportunity to exchange with the Director General of LuxDev, M. Manuel Tonnar.

    The objective of the visit was to initiate a partnership between the Interdisciplinary Center for Security, Reliability and Trust (SnT) at the University of Luxembourg and the University of Pristina. Two professors at the University of Pristina, Pr Blerim Rexha and Pr Qëndrim Gashi have had in-depth discussion with Prof. Dr. Marcus Völp and Dr. Carlo Duprel during the SnT Partnership Day. The cooperation will start during the second semester and will target master and PhD students, with a specific focus on cybersecurity.

    The delegation was also welcomed at the House of Cybersecurity by M. Pascal Steichen and M. Dominique Kogue and informed about the importance of building bridges between skills development, research and the private sector. The visit paves the way for synergies with the project Sustainable and inclusive growth and more specifically its cybersecurity component.

    Finally, Kim Heuskin, Deputy Headmaster at Lycée des Arts et Métiers and Benoît Fortemps, Head of the TalentHub, could share interesting ways to immerse Level V students in real life situations by organising a PowerWeek around challenges proposed by socio-economic partners every year or by hosting start-ups on their campus. These examples together with some experiments on the use of artificial intelligence in education will inspire the development of the future ICT school in Pristina supported by Luxembourg.

    The Skills for sustainable jobs and Sustainable and inclusive growth projects are financed by the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg and implemented by LuxDev, the Luxembourg Development Cooperation Agency. 

  • KOSOVO - Strengthening institutional capacities ahead of the innovation grant scheme launch

    Publié le 15 Mars 2024    Par Veton KASAPOLLI   EN

    The Sustainable and inclusive growth in Kosovo project is gearing up to launch an innovation grant scheme for entrepreneurs, in collaboration with the Ministry of Industry, Entrepreneurship, and Trade (MIET). A three-day workshop was held at the beginning of March to ensure smooth preparations. This workshop focused on enhancing the capacities of officials from MIET, namely, the Department of Innovation and the Kosovo Investment and Enterprise Support Agency (KIESA), with an emphasis on improving skills for implementing best practices for grant schemes.

    Led by Pascal FABING, a LuxDev expert in the field, the workshop provided insights into the latest innovation policies and trends and valuable advice on enhancing Kosovo’s innovation landscape.

    As part of its objectives, the project supports KIESA in preparing for the inaugural call for grants within the Innovation Fund, which is expected to be announced in early 2024.

    Attendees from the KIESA and the project

    Attendees from the Department of Innovation of the MIET

    The project aims to promote sustainable economic growth by fostering innovation, inclusivity, and social development in a greener Kosovo. Specifically, it seeks to stimulate innovation and attract both local and foreign investments within a digitally secure and transparent ecosystem.

    Background on Kosovo innovation

    The Kosovo government's Programme 2021–2025 prioritises the development of innovation among entrepreneurs. The government has committed to further developing policies and legal frameworks to support business innovation and entrepreneurship.

    Recognising innovation as a key driver for economic development, particularly for achieving sustainable growth, the government incentivises innovation through grants and loans administered by KIESA.

    Kosovo boasts several geographic and demographic advantages, including its strategic location in the Western Balkans, a vibrant and youthful economy, and a strong entrepreneurial culture. Many individuals are engaged in small businesses, either as sole proprietors or within larger enterprises, reflecting Kosovo's entrepreneurial spirit.

    The Sustainable and inclusive growth in Kosovo project is funded by the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg and implemented by LuxDev, the Luxembourg Development Cooperation Agency.

  • KOSOVO - Introduction of the Kosovo's Sustainable and inclusive growth Project at new Ministry offices

    Publié le 7 Février 2024    Par Vanessa STOZ   EN

    The recent introduction of the Sustainable and inclusive growth project to its new offices within the Ministry of Industry, Entrepreneurship, and Trade (MIET) was celebrated with a dynamic networking event beginning of February. This event served as a platform to foster connections and acquaint the project team with counterparts within the Ministry.

    Hosted as a breakfast networking session, the event offered an opportunity to outline the project's objectives over the three-year period. Additionally, it provided a forum for engaging with Ministry staff keen to learn more about the project, but also to understand the role of Luxembourg Cooperation, and familiarise themselves with the Agency's mission.

    The overarching aim of the Sustainable and inclusive growth in Kosovo project is to catalyse sustainable economic growth by fostering innovation, inclusivity, and social development in a greener Kosovo. Specifically, the project endeavors to stimulate innovation and both local and foreign investments within a digitally secure and transparent ecosystem.

    The project KSV/023 - Sustainable and inclusive growth in Kosovo is funded by the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg and implemented by LuxDev, the Luxembourg Development Cooperation Agency.