Here you will find a more detailed introduction of various projects (past and ongoing)

Our Projects[hide]

  • Senior Technology Club (STC) 2018
    Seniors in Albania have always enjoyed a special status in society. For instance, Albanian culture dictates that when an elderly person walks into a room, all the younger people must stand up as a show of respect. Likewise, when meeting a group of people, one must always greet the oldest person first before moving on to the others.
  • Art Exhibit “Muzgje arbërore”, October 10th, 2017
    During the opening ceremony of our premises on October 10th, we had the pleasure of organizing the exhibit “Muzgje arbërore” by the famous Albanian painter Anastas Kostandin. This exhibition was the first of the many activities already planned by the Ivanaj Foundations, which will follow the opening of our premises that took place in October 2017.
  • Albanian Centenary Archival Exhibition
    2012 was a very special year for Albania which celebrated 100 years of independence.  In honor of this joyous occasion, the Martin and Mirash Ivanaj Foundation Institute contributed by giving the Albanian peoples a meaningful and historically significant gift. For the very first time in 73 years since the Italian Fascist occupation in 1939 and then the Nationalized Albanian Government in 1950 confiscated it, the villa built by brothers Martin and Mirash Ivanaj was open to the public interested in taking a journey into a part of their country’s past.
  • Albanian Youth for Environmental Education
    In June 2012, the Martin and Mirash Ivanaj Foundation, in partnership with the University of Florida, conducted a 3-day Geographic Information Systems (GIS) workshop for 18 students at the Dëshmorët e Lirisë Middle School in Tirana, Albania.
  • KODU Cup Competition
    On May 23rd, 2012, the KODU Cup Competition which was sponsored by Microsoft Albania was held at the Jordan Misja Arts School in Tirana.  As golden partners, we contributed the first prizes to the top two winners in this contest.  58 students from middle and high schools throughout Tirana, presented the video games they had designed using Microsoft’s provided visual programming language to a panel of three judges.

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