Advocacy for Regulation on the Registration procedures of social enterprises in Kosova is eight month project  under implementation of Kosovar Social Enterprise Foundation-KSEF. The project aimed to  improve second legislation of the social enterprise sector toward regulation approval on the registration of social enterprises entities in Kosovo.
The funding project provided from USAID under cooperative agreement AID-167-A-15-00001 Engagement for Equality Program (E4E Program), Round VII, implemented from Advocacy Training and Resource Center- ATRC.

Kosovar Social Enterprise Network

Network Education Advocacy

Strengthening the Social Entrepreneurship Sector Programme

Increasing the Cross-sectoral Cooperation (Government, NGO, Private Sector);

Establishment of the Social Entrepreneurship Resource Centre;

Developing the Capacities of Social Enterprises;

Development of Social Entrepreneurship Network Platform;

Increasing the Participation of Vulnerable Groups in Employment, Self-Employment and Vocational Training.

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Context/Situation Analysis

Socially owned enterprises in Kosovo have started to emerge only in the last decade. Typically, these entities are very small and non-profit organisations with a social mission, which have created for profit programs in order to ensure their financial sustainability. Alternatively, their role is seen as a support for the socio-economic development and inclusion of the vulnerable and marginalised groups in the labour market; this is due to several factors, and one of the key factors is the socio-economic situation in the country: Kosovo poverty (30%) and unemployment rate (35%) are among the highest in the Western Balkans and its citizens are second poorest in Europe.