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Believing that young people are a baseline of prosperity in each and every society - Coca-Cola HBC Kosovo, through different programs, wants to empower and support the professional development of young people in Kosovo.
Since the beginning of the pandemic, Red Cross of Kosova has focused all of its activities to help communities in need throughout Kosovo. Because everyone’s wellbeing is top priority, Red Cross of Kosova continues to work closely with stakeholders to deliver their services safely and coordinate efforts with partners in order to reach everyone in need.
Coca-Cola HBC Company organized the Networking and Certification event for 150 young people of total 300 within Coca-Cola Youth Empowered program, which aimed at empowering young people and preparing them for the labour market. The Networking event has given these participants the opportunity to establish relations and find employment opportunities through direct contact with the attendees such as representatives of businesses and institutions of Kosovo.
In cooperation with the Municipality of Prishtina, Coca-Cola HBC Kosovo has inaugurated the first Eco-Park of the capital city of Kosovo, Prishtina, at the main entryway and overlooking the city. This is the first park that company had established as part of their “Breathe Freely Eco-Park” Campaign, and with pollution rates in Prishtina, this Eco-Park is built in efforts to decrease air pollutants and improve the citizens’ quality of air and life.
Coca-Cola HBC Kosovo has established the second and largest “Coca-Cola Active Zone” in Prishtina, Germia park. This Open-Air Gym is part of the company’s commitment to support local community wellbeing. On this occasion, Director of Coca-Cola HBC Kosovo, Kreshnik Sinani opened the event, followed by remarks of Mayor of Prishtina, Shpend Ahmeti, and the U.S. Embassy Ambassador Greg Delawaie (or US Embassy representative!).