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The closing ceremony of the “Womedia” project

Nov 26, 2019

At KosovaLive was held the closing ceremony of the “Womedia” project. 

Throughout these eight months, 40 girls and young women from all over Kosovo had the opportunity to attend the training and professional development in KosovaLive.

Many of them have succeeded, by resulting with employment or long term engagement in projects. During the ceremony, some of them had the chance to share their experience in front of the attendees. Also, Linda Shala, a previous well known journalist and a successful business woman, held an inspirational speech by sharing her experience and the difficulties she has been through during her road to success.

After the closing ceremony and certification, there was a cocktail and a networking event, where the girls had the opportunity to meet with representatives of different companies which could be their potential employers.

Thank you Helvetas, Linda Shala, Cacttus, Buçaj, Cineplexx, Recura, Radio Vala Rinore, Meridian Express for being present at this event, as well as Visar Kuçi and Dalvin Mamusha for the music.

For more pictures from this event click here!

Womedia project is supported by Enhancing Youth Employment- EYE Project of the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation, and is implemented by KosovaLive.




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