• Decade of Roma Inclusion Progress Report presented in BelgradeJun 16, 2015UNDP in Serbia and UNDP Regional Hub for Europe and the CIS, in cooperation with the Council for the improvement of the status of Roma in the Republic of Serbia, presented the Decade of Roma Inclusion Progress Report.

  • taxJun 10, 2015The Ministry of Finance of the Republic of Serbia and UNDP in Serbia organized a workshop today in Mt. Zlatibor, with the objective of illuminating key aspects of taxation within the EU accession processes. This relates above all to Chapter 16, Taxation of the accession talks.

  • Public Finance Management at Local Level Key to Empowering DevelopmentDec 2, 2014Sound management of public finances at local level is key to driving development in the future, and an indispensable aspect of empowering local government to deliver local services, concludes the opening panel of today’s regional conference organized under UNDP’s programme of “Advancing accountability mechanisms in public finances”

  • UNDP SERBIA JOINS GLOBAL OBSERVATION OF WORLD AIDS DAYDec 1, 2014UNDP in Serbia joins the global effort in observing World AIDS Day. UN Sec.-General Ban Ki-Moon notes in his address for this day the progress that is being made in ending the AIDS epidemic, citing the commitment by world leaders to end AIDS by 2030.

  • Vlasina lake project to guide new partnerships with the corporate sector in ecotourism promotionDec 1, 2014The Ministry of Trade, Tourism and Telecommunications, the United Nations Development Programme, Municipality of Surdulica and the Coca Cola Company hosted an event today to present the results of the “Vlasina Lake Ecotourism Promotion and Environment Protection” project at the Palace of Serbia in Belgrade. The purpose of the project is to advance local economic development in the boundaries of the protected area of Vlasina (

  • The Romanian government, through UNDP, supports recovery from floods in municipalities of Kladovo, Majdanpek and Negotin Nov 21, 2014The new project funded by the Romanian government, which will be implemented by United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), will support the rehabilitation of municipal sewage and water supply systems, cleaning of individual wells and other facilities important for the safe and secure water supply in municipalities of Kladovo, Majdanpek and Negotin. These municipalities are still recovering from the damages caused to communal systems and individual wells during this year's devastating floods.

  • VOLUNTARY COUNSELLING AND TESTING FOR EUROPEAN HIV TESTING WEEKNov 12, 2014The UNDP in Serbia in partnership with the Ministry of Health and the Q-Club NGO will be expanding VCT (for “Voluntary Counseling and Testing”) for HIV during the European HIV Testing week. The campaign will be held the week of Nov. 24-28. This year, the focus will be on university students, as testing will be offered on college campuses in 8 cities and towns throughout the country together with a promotional campaign through social media.

  • UNDP Showcases Progress for New Homes of Flood Victims Nov 1, 2014The UNDP in Serbia welcomed Serbian Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic and HE Ambassador Juma Rashid Al Dhaheri of the United Arab Emirates to Krupanj, to inspect the progress of new homes that are being built under the supervision of the UNDP. The UNDP is nearing the completion of its project for 17 homes to be constructed for families who lost their homes in the historic floods of May. The project is financed by the Khalifa Bin Zayed Al Nahyan Foundation of the United Arab Emirates.

  • Workshop on hygiene and healthcare to improve living conditions for Roma in Novi Pazar settlementNov 1, 2014A community workshop on hygiene and health care with 33 Roma children was organized on 1st November in Blazevo settlement in Novi Pazar. School-aged children participated in various tasks during the day, addressing hygiene and health issues in their environment. This is just one in a series of workshops aimed at improved living conditions of Roma in this settlement.

  • The United Nations celebrates its 69th anniversaryOct 24, 2014The United Nations Country Team in Serbia celebrated today the 69th anniversary of entry into force of the United Nations Charter in 1945 at Mikser House. The celebration was hosted by Mr. Ivica Dačić, First Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs to the Republic of Serbia, Irena Vojačkova – Sollorano, the UN Resident Coordinator in Serbia and Mr. Peter N. Due, the Representative of the Secretary-General and Head of UN Office in Belgrade.

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