Care International I
Kosovo, June 2005
CARE International has been working in the former Yugoslavia since 1993 and is one of the largest non-governmental organizations (NGOs) in the region. They have established a strong reputation for multi-ethnic programming that supports individuals and communities in need – regardless of ethnic backgrounds, religious affiliations or national origin.
Their work in Kosovo was suspended during Nato’s bombing campaign in 1999 but during this time it ran several of the largest refugee camps in Macedonia and Albania. It now runs numerous multi ethnic projects throughout the region focusing on educational reform, women’s advocacy, and strengthening community dialogue.