With the increasing numbers and as dynamic stakeholders in society, young people are key agents of positive change in Tirana and Municipality
However, youth as a key segment of the population have traditionally faced challenges in fulfilling their potentially important roles. There are linkages between the wider societal issues and challenges and those of concern to the youth sector. Based on the , "Development Strategyof Rural in Tirana (quality of life and employment). 2014-2020" FGIA s work on youth empowerment inTirana Muncipality will focus on the following two outcomes of Increased economic empowerment of youth; and Enhanced youth civic engagement and participation in tourism development processes. The initiation will pilot key activities, with a special focus on rural areas in Tirana , with the aim of further contextualizing and replicating in Identified Tirana through the development of a eight -year regional youth empowerment of sustainable development project under the rural areas in Tirana Regional Youth Project on Leadership, Innovation and Entrepreneurship.
Tirana Municipality administrative center is in Tirana city. Tirana Municipality includes Tirana city, 13 municipality units and 136 villages comprised in the 13 rural administrative units: Petrela, Farka, Zall-Bastar, Dajt, Bërzhita, Krraba, Baldushk, Shëngjergj, Vaqar, Kashar, Pezë, Ndroq, Zall-Herr