Sustainable Development

Projects and Initiatives

  • Construction of Houses in Krupanj, Obrenovac and ValjevoConstruction of Houses in Krupanj, Obrenovac and ValjevoUNDP implemented, together with the Government Office for Reconstruction and Flood Relief, EUR 1 million – United Arab Emirates funded project: Post Floods House Construction, in Krupanj, Obrenovac and Valjevo. 17 houses in Krupanj, 14 in Obrenovac and 4 in Valjevo.

  • Strengthening Local Resilience in Serbia: Mitigating the Impact of Migration CrisisStrengthening Local Resilience in Serbia: Mitigating the Impact of Migration CrisisThe Project will build resilience of the municipalities in Serbia by strengthening local institutions and service provision and maintaining community cohesion in the face of the crisis caused by migration.

  • Capacity Development Programme for MoD SerbiaCapacity Development Programme for MoD SerbiaThe overall goal of this five-year programme is reduction of explosive risk to communities by the environmentally benign, effective and efficient demilitarization of surplus conventional ammunition and explosives, as well as stockpile management optimisation through re-building and storages

  • Mercury Initial Assessment in the Republic of SerbiaMercury Initial Assessment in the Republic of Serbia

  • Improving Services at Local LevelImproving Services at Local Level

  • Ensuring financial sustainability of the protected area system of SerbiaEnsuring financial sustainability of the protected area system of SerbiaThis project will improve management of protected areas in Serbia.

Related Publications
  • Attitudes to Refugee and Migrant Crisis in SerbiaMay 6, 2016Attitudes to Refugee and Migrant Crisis in SerbiaThe survey covered 20 municipalities: I - more intensely affected by the crisis: Preševo, Šid, Kanjiža, Beograd (Palilula, Savski venac and Stari grad), Bujanovac, Dimitrovgrad, Bosilegrad, Negotin II - moderately affected by the crisis: Zaječar, Pirot, Vranje, Surdulica, Vladičin Han, Smederevo, Aleksinac, Obrenovac, Sombor.

  • Resilient Financing: The Economic Costs of Natural Disasters, The Case Study of 2014 Floods in SerbiaMay 4, 2016Resilient Financing: The Economic Costs of Natural Disasters, The Case Study of 2014 Floods in SerbiaThis report is focused on the case of the floods which hit Serbia in May 2014, to devastating effect, and analyzes statistical data to compare expenditures on prevention with expenditures on response and recovery in the country as it recovered.

  • Gender and Climate Change in the Republic of SerbiaDec 23, 2015Gender and Climate Change in the Republic of SerbiaExisting gender inequalities, such as limited access to natural resources and productive assets including land and finance and to household and community decision-making constrain their ability to adapt to and cope with climate change.