The winners of the call for proposals for implementation of one-stop-shop youth employability model are selected!

June 4, 2021

TOKA is happy to announce six winners for the call for proposals for the implementation of the one-stop-shop youth employability model part of the project “My Career from Zero to Hero”.  Below is the list of the awarded Civil Society Organizations (CSOs) alongside their scores: 

One-Stop-Shop ServiceCSO NameScore
Digital Skills – A LevelFondacioni Bonevet Kaçanik80.8
Digital Skills – B LevelFondacioni Bonevet Prishtinë91.2
Career Counselling – A LevelInstitute for Research, Education, and Social Development (IREDS)87
Career Counselling – B LevelOrganizata Rinore Hareja – Vushtrri (ORH)75.2
Online Tutorials for A and B Level Digital SkillsKosovo Glocal (Kosovo 2.0)71.2
Entrepreneurship – B LevelKosovar Youth Council (KYC)75

Each of the awarded CSOs will provide one service to NEET youth (youth not engaged in education, employment, or training) using the specific curriculum that is already developed for each service. NEET youth will have the opportunity to participate in educational programs and to develop skills needed for the digitized labor market. 


The project “My Career from Zero to Hero – Strengthening networks of Western Balkan CSOs to implement innovative youth employability model for future jobs of 4.0. digital revolution is three-year-program implemented by Centre for Youth Work (Serbia), Forum MNE (Montenegro), CEM (Bosnia and Herzegovina), TOKA (Kosovo) and YSC (Albania) financed by the European Union.

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