Why Women Count: Kosovo - Women of Krusha

Nineteen-year-old Ardiana Shehu has worked on her family’s farm in the village of Krusha e Vogel, in southwest Kosovo, since she was 12. She, her mother, and her sisters do all the farm jobs that were traditionally men’s work. Why? Almost 70 percent of Krusha’s male population is still missing after the 1999 Serbian military offensive in Kosovo.

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