July 19, 2018

Our campers from Kosovo, Albania, Greece and Macedonia had a memorable week during which they explored nature, created new friendships, and tried local dishes. They also explored their creativity by learning how to play the drums and creating art by recycling artifacts from nature.

Fun was coupled with challenge, as many of them tried climbing the alpine wall for the first time.

The camp ended with their service learning project, through which they created a reading corner for the school of “Mother Teresa” in the village of Teneshdoll in Prishtina.

It was a week filled with fun and nature, learning and creating, and skills development too!

//This camp is financed by the Democratic Society Promotion (DSP) project – financed by the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (SDC) and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Denmark (DANIDA), and managed by the Kosovar Civil Society Foundation (KCSF).This camp is also supported by the international environmental organization WWF Adria and the Municipality of Prishtina.


The latest

These are the latest developments from our programs and activities.

SOLIDARITY ACTION DAY – Partnership Opportunity for Businesses

Read More

TOKA Jonë Camp – Culture, language, entertainment and friendship.

Read More

Summer Camps 2023 – The second home of 126 youth from all around the world

Read More

Open call for youth projects

Read More

TOKA puts Kosovo on the map of European volunteerism

Read More

Rudina Zeqiri begins voluntary service in Lubeck, Germany for the next 13 months

Read More


Read More
View All