|About Operation Kosovo||
Daily Trip Report - July 21, 2003
I met up in the morning.
Fatime Hoxha, a Hope Fellow who works in the employment ministry. We discussed
the business and leadership clinic. She thinks it is a good idea and is
needed in Kosovo. She will be happy to help when the center is opened.
I think she will be a good resource for advice on starting businesses
that will employ more than a few people. She does not like that the Young
Leadership Council is planned to be open only to people aged 35 and younger.
This seems important to her, so I will ask others about this. We also
discussed her experience with the Hope Fellowship program. I was impressed
by how much she feels she gained from it. To her, the major benefit was
that she learned that she could think for herself and make decisions for
herself. Perhaps this is something we might like to emphasize in the Young
appointments for later this week.
Law Faculty. Xevdet was not there. Stopped by the Human Rights Resource
Center. Met Liridon and scheduled appointment for tomorrow afternoon.
Met a student named Ilir Zeneli from the Economics Faculty who is working
in the Human Rights Resource Center. He is very interested in the business
and leadership clinic, and wants to be kept appraised of any developments.
He seems to have progressive ideas.
I met Jehona
from ABA CEELI. We tried to get my lost baggage back; then, Nicole, Jehona,
and I went for coffee. Jehona is extremely nice and intelligent, so I
am glad that I will be able to count on her for help while I am here.
and I spent the evening at Valza'a with Valza and her mother.
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