The women’s handball team, KHF Istog, discusses it’s struggles coping with the lack of insurance for its athletes and how it hampers their success. Kosovo insurance companies have little interest in covering athletes. The state can only help in a few cases. KHF Istog has had to seek resources on it’s own to help it’s players.K
This video is part of the second cycle of the Human Rights Journalism Fellowship Program supported by the European Union Office in Kosovo, co-financed by the project ‘Luxembourg support to civil society in Kosovo,’ financed by the Government of the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg and managed by Kosovar Civil Society Foundation (KCSF), as well as from the National Endowment for Democracy (NED). This program is being implemented by Kosovo 2.0, in partnership with Kosovar Center for Gender Studies (KCGS), and Center for Equality and Liberty (CEL).
Its contents are the sole responsibility of Kosovo 2.0, KCGS, and CEL and do not necessarily reflect the views of the donors.