A report published by the Kosovo Institute of National Health on Monday said Kosovo leads the charge for child vaccination rates in Europe, but warned that lack of access to health services for marginalized communities continues to pose a danger.
More than two years after the UN halted distribution of contraceptives, Kosovo’s health institutions still either rely on donations or simply run out.
A recent report shows that Kosovo Ministry of Health spent millions extra on medication destined for public hospitals compared to actual pharmacy prices.
From May 12-14, Gjakova will host Spark Fest, a weekend of classes, workshops, and lectures centered on holistic health.
Beyond winter’s staggering pollution peaks, there is another crucial data point we should focus on: the 2016 air quality average, which reveals a significant threat to public health in Prishtina.