IBCM Professor Presents Prize-winning Idea at OECD Innovation Awards Ceremony

Dr. Mihone Kerolli-Mustafa, Head of the Environment and Agricultural Management (EAM) department at IBCM, presented the project idea “Organic Fertilizers by Quail Droppings” at the Awards Ceremony of the OECD Triple Helix Competition for Innovation in Kosovo, held in Prishtina on February 11th, 2016.


The project idea, presented in partnership with Minifarm “Fllanza”, International Business College of Mitrovica, the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development and the Initiative for Agricultural Development of Kosovo, was selected as one of the three best proposals, and the Minifarm “Fllanza” was awarded with the Triple Helix third prize.

IBCM EAM professors are providing professional support to Minifarm “Fllanza” on the production of organic fertilizers from quail droppings. The product is considered very effective for soil and vegetables because of the high nutritional value of quail waste. The product is considered to be unique and innovative and will contribute to the development of sustainable agriculture in the region.


An IBCM marketing student, Ms. Arbenita Zeneli, is leading the team that has been tasked with preparing the marketing plan for the new organic fertilizer product which will now be produced by Minifarm “Fllanza”.

The Awards Ceremony of the OECD Triple Helix Competition for Innovation in Kosovo was organized by the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) with the support of the Ministry of Trade and Industry (MTI) and the Kosovo Investment and Enterprise Support Agency (KIESA).