Netherlands Embassy in Tirana Albania
Currently in the spotlights
- Women Entrepreneurs Seminar
- Plan for rural economy Albania
- Courage is what it takes
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Approximately 40% of all 2.8 million citizens of Albania live in the countryside, and amongst them a vast majority cultivates the extremely fertile soil for a living. The development of the rural economy in Albania, and the improvement of living standards of the rural population are therefore of great importance.
IDAHOT, the yearly Day Against Homophobia has transformed into a full Week of Diversity in Albania. Catering to all tastes, participants can do a bike ride, go to exhibitions, watch and discuss films, receive prizes or even go to a fundraising LGBT Gala. The avalanche of events requires some agenda planning, that's for sure.
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November 18, 2016
November 14, 2016 Albania has great potential for small-scale agro-tourism with its amazing food, beautiful mountains, long Mediterranean coastline and fertile plains. But a lot remains to be done to develop tourism. Small-scale sustainable business concepts were missing and that is why the Dutch embassy supported a cooperation with MVO Nederland, Cityförster and other tourism partners to work on an inspiring concept of sustainable tourism, combining it with agriculture.
- The Embassy cooperates with Rabobank and FED Invest in ambitious plan for rural economy in Albania
- Response Dutch PM Rutte on first results criminal investigation MH17
- Book: The Metabolism of Albania
- The traveler and the olive grove
- The call for proposals for the Partners for Water 2016-2021 program has been opened