The national development strategy will be structuraly divided in to four pillars: Human Capital, Rule of Law, Competiteveness and Infrastrcture.
The names of structural sectors represented in pillars, in Albanian language correspond perfectly with the short words that fit with the same names. In this way the word PLAN
aquires deeper meaning.
Punë (Work)- Human Capital
Ligj- (Law) Rule of Law
Within all of the pillars, experts engaged by the Office of the Prime Minister have already worked on specific sub-sectorial Policy Notes. They are research and analysis
documents that outline current policies, identify problems and bottlenecks, analyze their interlinked causes and propose potential solutions.
Within the human capital pillar, four separate Policy Notes look at issues related to basic education, the link between higher education and the labour market, the exclusion
of marginalized groups and the potentials of our human capital abroad.
Within the infrastructure pillar, the Policy Notes look at issues in the areas of transport, ICT, energy and sustainable use of resources. The competitiveness of our economy is
viewed from the prism of potentials to upgrade our industries into higher value-added activities, incentives for private sector investment and unlocking Kosovo’s strategic
Last but not least, the rule of law pillar looks at ways in which Kosovo could improve public service delivery to make it more supportive for development, how it can improve
the effectiveness of the judiciary and how anti-corruption efforts can be more effective.
The Policy Notes should be understood as studies setting the ground for the process of institutional consultations as well and open consultations with civil society and citizens.
They are presented here in the website in both a summarized version, as well as in their full format.