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Combating violence against women

The total prevalence rate in Central Serbia in domestic violence is 54.2%. The most common form of violence is violence against women (VAW) in family. In 75% of cases the perpetrator is current or former intimate partner. However, only slightly more than 10% of women exposed to violence reported it more


Opening Opportunities for People with Disabilities

Living with a disability in Serbia has often meant being poor and unemployed. Over 70% of people with disabilities lived in poverty; only 13% had access to employment. Limited social support systems and stigma, among other factors, have entrenched their marginalization. In 2003, Serbia's national pomore


UNDP’s Social Innovation Fund informed a Law on Social Welfare Services

UNDP efforts to promote social inclusion have historically sought to secure access to services and employment for vulnerable populations, notably Roma, IDPs, refugees and people with disabilities.   These needs remain stubbornly high, due to widening fiscal deficits that constrain public emore

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