Coalition of NGOs for Child Protection – KOMF urges parents, guardians and families to prioritize protecting children from the transmission of the COVID-19 virus and the adverse psychological effects that children may have as a result of this pandemic. Based on information from the National Institute of Public Health of Kosovo, fortunately till now, no [...]
KOMF helds the General Assembly meeting. In the first part of the day, KOMF narrative and financial report of 2019, priorities and Action Plan of 2020 were presented and approved. During this meeting, KOMF General Assembly voted for the membership of “Labyrinth” Center and Peer Educators Network - PEN organization. While, in the second part [...]
Coalition of NGOs for Child Protection – KOMF in partnership with KRAEEYN network, has published Recommendation policy on early childhood development. The Recommendation policy describes the situation regarding the early childhood development and provides an overview of some of priority fields for intervention in drafting and implementing policies and provides recommendations on how to address [...]
Coalition of NGOs for Child Protection - KOMF in partnership with KRAEEYN network, through a conference has published "Recommendation Policy for Early Childhood Development". The panel was consisted by: Donjeta Kelmendi from KOMF, Xhavit Rexhaj - Deputy Minister of Education, Science, Technology and Innovation, Hana Zylfiu - Haziri from Kosovo Education Center - KEC and Remzije [...]
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Coalition of NGOs for Child Protection in Kosovo – KOMF, in partnership with SOS Children’s Villages in Kosovo, Organization for Children without Parental Care – OFAP and KMOP, through the “Joint Action for Decentralization” project funded by European Union and managed by the European Union Office in Kosovo, published the Report on the impact of social services decentralization process in Kosovo. The report presents [...]
KOMF condemns the case of violence in one of the kindergartens of the Municipality of Prishtina and calls on the justice authorities to take all measures and actions foreseen by the legislation in force. Currently, most preschool institutions and alternative programs in Kosovo do not have a Child Protection Policy, consequently they don’t have a [...]
KOMF letter to Prime Minister, Ministry of Health to be transformed into Ministry of Health and Social Welfare
Coalition of NGOs for Child Protection in Kosovo - KOMF addressed a letter to the Prime Minister of the Republic of Kosovo, Albin Kurti, demanding to transfer sectors of social welfare and social services to the Ministry of Health, both in content and designation, by transforming the current Ministry into into the Ministry of Health [...]
Coalition of NGOs for Child Protection in Kosovo – KOMF, in partnership with SOS Children’s Villages in Kosovo, Organization for Children without Parental Care – OFAP and KMOP, through the “Joint Action for Decentralization” project funded by European Union and managed by the European Union Office in Kosovo, held the national conference to publish the [...]
KOMF held the next meeting of Thematic Group on Child Protection. During this meeting a summary analysis of last year's activities was made and priorities for 2020 were set. The Action Plan of Thematic Group on Child Protection 2020 - 2022 has been reviewed, where the group members discussed and defined the new objectives and activities.