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Balkan Sunflowers Kosova

Balkan Sunflowers Kosova
+381 (0) 38 246 299
Geographical Focus
National levelRegional level
Type of organisation
Main Activity Type
Service ProvisionCapacity BuildingPolicy developmentResearch and knowledgeMonitoring and Evaluation
Quality PedagogyHealth ProgramsChild RightsAccess to ServicesParenting SupportSocial inclusion for Romani and migrant childrenSocial inclusion special needs
Targeted Age Groups
Birth to threeThree to SixSix to TenTen+
Members target groups
ChildrenVulnerable marginilized childrenParents/care-takersEducatorsHealth professionalsSocial workersPolicy makersLocal authoritiesPractitionioners with Romani backgroundPractitioners with migrant backgroundIn-service training providers


Balkan Sunflowers promotes local volunteerism and brings volunteers from around the world to work as neighbors and friends in social reconstruction and renewal. By organizing educational, social and cultural activities, we promote understanding, further non-violent conflict transformation, and celebrate the diversity of the lives and cultures of the Balkan region.
Our volunteers bring skills, experience and enthusiasm to societies that have been depleted by conflict, and the volunteers are themselves enriched by their involvement in community building.
Balkan Sunflowers' activities are intended both to achieve concrete results and to enliven and empower the participants and their communities. Through education, empowerment, awareness raising, play, art, sport, work and celebration, and in compassionate response to traumatic experiences, we serve the communities with whom we live.


Date: 10-10-2018

NEWS - Designing the Framework for Good Practices

A Peer Learning Activity to reinforce quality education in Kosovo.

Date: 01-03-2018

“A person grows thanks to challenges” - Member in Focus with Balkan Sunflowers Kosova’s Director, Muhamet Arifi

In this Member in Focus we interviewed the Director of Balkan Sunflowers Kosova (BSFK), Muhamet Arifi. Muhamet is part of the Ashkali community, an ethnic minority in Kosovo.

Date: 15-04-2014

ISSA welcomes 15 new members

  • The association is proud to receive a large number of new full and affiliate members from different European countries, including Belgium, France, Greece and The Netherlands, thus expanding its presence in Western Europe.