The analysis of the skills provision system by the EYE project revealed that the key problem was lack of effective mechanisms/platforms for dialogue between private sector enterprises and education institutions. There were little/no opportunities for private sector enterprises of diverse sizes to be involved in decision-making regarding curricula development and training. There were also few good case examples from countries with similar context to be used as
reference in Kosovo. In other words, there was little communication between public and private sectors. In terms of perceptions/capacity of the public sector, there was skepticism towards private sector involvement in education. Policy makers lacked proper labor market information system. In terms of private sector capacity and awareness, there was low organisation level, little knowledge of appropriate dialogue mechanisms and information systems, and weak advocacy capacity and understanding of the importance of investing in human resource.