USAID’s Property Rights Program (PRP) is a four-year activity that aims to address the property rights challenges and to develop a plan for the stabilization of the property rights regime in Kosovo. The program will work in partnership with the Government of Kosovo (GOK), selected municipalities and other relevant local and international stakeholders. USAID has allocated $8.5 million for the implementation of the Property Rights Program.
SUMMARY OF RESULTS FOR THE REPORTING PERIOD AND KEY ACHIEVEMENTS
This Quarter saw PRP advance its initiatives significantly under all four Objectives. Under Objective 1, implementing legislation for the National Strategy on Property Rights was developed at a steady pace, despite the call for national elections and the resulting caretaker status assumed by the national government. Under Objective 2, PRP began piloting its improved case management reforms in its three Courts of Merit. Under Objective 3, PRP unveiled for broadcasting a new series of PSAs on women’s property rights, launching them with a visibility event featuring remarks by the USAID Mission Director; and prepared for dissemination its Report on the results of the Mid-Term National Survey on Property Rights in Kosovo. Under Objective 4, PRP produced information products for citizens on registering property and moved forward a number of other initiatives in partner municipalities that are designed to improve municipal governments’ services to their citizens.