On December 1, 2017, PEN Gender Hub opened the call for nomination for non-governmental organizations and labor unions that in 2017 have mainstreamed gender within their internal policies, programs and projects. The call for nominations remained open until 14th of December 2017. The institutions had the opportunity to send the supporting documents regarding gender equal representation or the achievements of the organization in the field of gender equality. After closing the call for nominations, PEN formed a evaluation panel, invitiving gender experts from civil society sector. The panel was composed of: Ms. Visar Gorani Gashi (SIDA); Mr. Bujar Fejzullahu (PEN); Ms. Feride Dashi (UNICEF) and Mr. Besnik Leka (Care International). The panel named BoneVet Foundation from Gjakova as winner of the Gender Equality Award for 2017. Throughout 2017, gender equality has been a special condition for the development of BoneVet Foundation's. This has been noticed by the composition of their staff members (the equal number of men and women employed in the organization). Women are also well-represented in the decision-making positions. Regarding gender equality at program level, BoneVet has developed programs by considering gender implications, hence having equal representation. For example, in a Creativity course consisted of 10 children, 5 students are girls and 5 boys. BoneVet reports present gender-disaggregated data for each project. In all activities and public relations, gender sensitive language and gender equality have been taken into account and these have been documented with relevant photos and videos. Additionally, 3 girls and 3 boys from BONEVET gained national and global attention for their achievement in the building the first battery-powered car in Kosovo. Keep on going, BoneVet!