Note: Please read all information and Frequently Asked Questions carefully! The application form is below the text. It is recommended to complete the application form from a computer (desktop or laptop).

Dates: July 19-26, 2019

Venue: Gërmia Recreational Centre, Prishtina - Kosovo //including travel around Kosovo

Open to: 15-17 years old youth from all over the world

Language: English

Kosovo and Regional participants: 79 Euros
International participants: 199 Euros

Note: The participation fee covers food and accommodation, excluding travel expenses.

Scholarships are available for those who can document that they cannot afford the camp fee.

About the camp:

TOKA's International Camp is a summer camp that gathers young people from Kosovo and all over the world for an unforgettable week.

You will have the opportunity to create new and diverse friendships, learn about other cultures and visit attractive places around Kosovo. While having fun, you will also develop your communication and critical thinking skills.

You will have the opportunity to:

- Get to know youth from different countries and cultures
- Participate in fun outdoor activities like hiking and rock climbing
- Explore places of natural and cultural value in Kosovo, including an overnight stay at Rugova Canyon
- Learn more about yourself through leadership and personal development activities
- Give back to the community through community service
...and many more valuable experiences!

If you can picture yourself here, then join a group of forty participants and counsellors from around the world for a week you will never forget!

Deadline: July 12, 2019

The Frequently Asked Questions information are here.

//The International Camp is supported by the "Civil Society programme for Albania and Kosovo", financed by the Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and managed by Kosovar Civil Society Foundation (KCSF) in partnership with Partners Albania for Change and Development (PA). The camp is also supported by Engagement for Equity Program - E4E, financed by United States Agency for International Development -USAID, and supported by Advocacy Training and Resource Center -ATRC, as well as the Municipality of Prishtina.