Kosovo, as a young country, is rapidly bridging the digital divide facing its citizens, institutions and businesses. Today, 76% of Kosovo households have a broadband Internet connection. Internet properties from LinkedIn to Twitter are updating their platforms, menus and options to include Kosovo and making it possible for everyone to take full advantage of all the opportunities available via the Internet.
The Digital Kosovo platform helps us integrate Kosovo into the digital landscape.
Digital Kosovo is a new initiative powered by IPKO Foundation, with the support of the Republic of Kosovo Ministry of Foreign Affairs, British Council and the Norwegian Embassy.
If you want to see Kosovo appearing on more of the websites that you use, find out how you can take action to support our wider campaign.Continue
We have made it simple and easy for you to contact organizations and websites to ask them to include Kosovo on their online platforms.Learn How
When you find websites making the change to add Kosovo to their site, please let us know so that we can update the progress here.Record
Digital Kosovo hits again. Three months after publishing the case on Digital Kosovo, Dropbox has added Kosovo in the list of countries. It took 117 requests and a dedicated communication with the Dropbox to achieve our goal.Read More
The November boom of new recognitions from giant institutions which are integrating Kosovo into their online platforms has reached the peak. With World Wide Web Consortium adding Kosovo in the list of countries the Digital Diplomacy of Kosovo is one step ahead toward fulfillment of the mission.Read More
After tens of emails sent and individual reach-out to CISCO from Digital Kosovo Community, finally Kosovo has been added to CISCO’s MODS database and it will be introduced in the March 2014 update of the database. This information cam out of some internal details that have been communicated to the Digital Kosovo team.Read More
Facebook hits again with a new recognition. From now on Kosovo is listed in the list of countries on the Facebook Ads services. After placing Prishtina under Kosovo in the Facebook places, this marks the newest recognition from the biggest social network in the world. However, there’s much to be done until the full integration of Kosovo.Read More
Here you can find some interesting statistics on the work we have done so far.
Your engagement will help us to build on this.
The Republic of Kosovo Ministry of Foreign Affairs is working to improve Kosovo’s inclusion in the global internet infrastructure, as well as using online communication channels to improve perceptions of Kosovo in support of the country’s economic, cultural and political developments. This is being delivered with the support of the Norwegian Embassy in Kosovo, IPKO Foundation, and the British Council in Kosovo.