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We bring people together to help the oppressed.

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At Medical Ambassadors International we build relationships with the world’s most vulnerable people and together we work to heal communities both physically and spiritually.

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Human Rights
Modeled on Vietnam Vets Against the War, LEAP brings unquestionable credibility and first hand experience to its critique of our drug policies to wide audiences. Find out why Michelle Alexander, author of The New Jim Crow said, "Law Enforcement Against Prohibition is a singular organization whose credibility and experience provide ...See More one of the strongest voices against the War on Drugs anywhere in the world." Show Less

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YouthCompass seeks to address the unique needs of mobile international high school and middle school students by providing caring adult role models who assist them in navigating life.
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Human Rights
Clean Water
Albania is one of the most vulnerable countries to varying climate trends within its geographical region.1 The country is experiencing increased temperatures, a marked decrease in precipitation, and an increase in the frequency of droughts.2 By 2020, Albanian experts have predicted that there will be a 10% decrease in the rainfall that occurs during the summer months and a further 20% decrease by 2050.3 Albaniaâ's energy sector has taken some hits from the government. Government officials, along with experts from the World Bank, have developed programs and policies for the amelioration of the overall vulnerability, risk, and adaptations necessary for protecting Albania.4 The government has also engaged in public awareness campaigns and have increased their enforcement measures for laws concerning the climate and the environment.5 ...See More Overall, there is more political commitment and stronger coordination.6 Show Less

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Albania News

The Sun 
THE Italy vs Albania match had to be suspended for a period of time after fans threw flares and smoke bombs onto the pitch. With the 2006 World Cup winners leading 1-0 thanks to a Daniele De Rossi penalty, the game was brought to a halt in the second ... See more..
BBC Sport 
Italy's 2-0 win over Albania was held up for eight minutes after visiting fans repeatedly threw flares and smoke bombs on to the pitch. Italy - in goalkeeper Gianluigi Buffon's 1,000th career game - were leading through Daniele de Rossi's penalty when ... See more..
South China Morning Post 
Films from Albania were a window on the world for millions of Chinese film-goers when the Balkan country was one of China's few friends. Ironically, while ... See more..
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The Straits Times 
Milan (AFP) - Italy coach Gian Piero Ventura has warned a slip up against minnows Albania would dent the Azzurri's 2018 World Cup qualifying hopes even before a likely group decider away to Spain. Ventura, who succeeded Chelsea manager Antonio ... See more..
[KAMZA, Albania] A town in central Albania has renamed a boulevard in honour of Donald Trump, calling the US president "a revolutionary model" for the world. Kamza, a few miles north of the capital, Tirana, had already made Mr Trump an honorary citizen ... See more.. 
Italy continue World Cup qualifying on Friday against Albania. The Italians have a tough Group G draw with Spain, but will have more breathing room in the group with a win today and a Spanish victory over Israel. Today's match kicks off on Fox Sports 2 ... See more..
European Western Balkans (press release) 
ata_mali TIRANA – For the first time in Albania, women make up 50% of the government cabinet. With the approval of the new ministers by Parliament, Ogerta Manastirliu as Minister of Health and Olta Xhaçka as Minister of Social Welfare and Youth, ten ... See more..
The Sun 
All the key information from the World Cup Qualifying Group G stage match in Palermo. See more..
Forza Italian Football 
The result leaves Italy trailing group leaders Spain on goal difference, with both sides on 13 points. Albania, on the other hand, remain in fourth place and three points behind Israel in third, with the latter falling to a 4-1 defeat against Spain ... See more..
Renewables Now (subscription) 
TIRANA (Albania), March 24 (SeeNews) - Albania's electricity production rose 21.7% to 7135.9 GWh in 2016, the statistical office, INSTAT, said on Frid. See more..
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Southeastern Europe, bordering the Adriatic Sea and Ionian Sea, between Greece in the south and Montenegro and Kosovo to the north

Total 28,748 sq km
Land 27,398 sq km
Water 1,350 sq km


mild temperate; cool, cloudy, wet winters; hot, clear, dry summers; interior is cooler and wetter ;
Natural Resources

petroleum, natural gas, coal, bauxite, chromite, copper, iron ore, nickel, salt, timber, hydropower ;
Natural Hazards

destructive earthquakes; tsunamis occur along southwestern coast; floods; drought
Current Environmental Issues

deforestation; soil erosion; water pollution from industrial and domestic effluents ;


3,011,405 (July 2013 est.)
Ethnic Groups


Albania, a formerly closed, centrally-planned state, is making the difficult transition to a more modern open-market economy. Macroeconomic growth averaged around 6% between 2004-08, but declined to about 3% in 2009-11, and 0.5% in 2012. Inflation is low and stable. The government has taken measures to curb violent crime, and recently adopted a fiscal reform package aimed at reducing the large gray economy and attracting foreign investment. Remittances, a significant catalyst for economic growth declined from 12-15% of GDP before the 2008 financial crisis to 8% of GDP in 2010, mostly from Albanians residing in Greece and Italy. The agricultural ...See More sector, which accounts for almost half of employment but only about one-fifth of GDP, is limited primarily to small family operations and subsistence farming because of lack of modern equipment, unclear property rights, and the prevalence of small, inefficient plots of land. Energy shortages because of a reliance on hydropower - 98% of the electrical power produced in Albania - and antiquated and inadequate infrastructure contribute to Albania's poor business environment and lack of success in attracting new foreign investment needed to expand the country's export base. FDI is among the lowest in the region, but the government has embarked on an ambitious program to improve the business climate through fiscal and legislative reforms. The completion of a new thermal power plant near Vlore has helped diversify generation capacity, and plans to upgrade transmission lines between Albania and Montenegro and Kosovo would help relieve the energy shortages. Also, with help from EU funds, the government is taking steps to improve the poor national road and rail network, a long-standing barrier to sustained economic growth. The country will continue to face challenges from increasing public debt, having slightly exceeded its former statutory limit of 60% of GDP in 2012. Strong trade, remittance, and banking sector ties with Greece and Italy make Albania vulnerable to spillover effects of the global financial crisis. Show Less ;
GDP Purchasing Power Parity

$26.54 billion (2012 est.); $26.2 billion (2011 est.); $25.44 billion (2010 est.)
Gross National Saving

15.2% of GDP (2012 est.); 13.1% of GDP (2011 est.); 14.5% of GDP (2010 est.)
Agriculture Products

wheat, corn, potatoes, vegetables, fruits, sugar beets, grapes; meat, dairy products; sheep

perfumes and cosmetic products, food and tobacco products; textiles and clothing; lumber, oil, cement, chemicals, mining, basic metals, hydropower