Care for Kosovo Kids
STREET FOOD KOSOVO
CARE FOR KOSOVO KIDS
When we talk about Kosovo, what comes to mind first? Precisely. Most probably the war. That devastating part of recent history is still fresh in our collective memory. But Kosovo is more, so much more.
Beautiful landscapes, fields full of flowers and villages with charming, hospitable people. Steaming pita breads, fresh sheep cheese, barrels with golden honey, tea with dried flowers and savoury pies. Through our new book Street Food Kosovo we would like to introduce to you all these tasty dishes, easy to prepare in your own kitchen And as with our previous books our slogan remains: We eat well? They eat well! For the proceeds of the book will be shared with Care for Kosovo Kids.
In January 2013, Care for Kosovo Kids was registered as a non-governmental organisation. Soon after, the organisation dispatched its first batch of medicines to Kosovo, and the first patients received their respective treatments. Since April 2013, Care for Kosovo Kids has supplied all of the children in the University Clinical Centre in Pristina, Kosovo’s capital, in the department of haematology/oncology with the necessary cytotoxic and antibiotics.
The organisation is now in consultation with the Minister of Public Health in order to reduce this dependency on Care for Kosovo Kids via a defined programme over the coming years. Street Food World gladly and wholeheartedly supports this important initiative.
In Kosovo, Street Food Kosovo is avalable at Libraria Buzuku, Luan Haradinaj nr. 16 (Sheshi Edit Durham), Prishtina.