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USAID and UNDP assistance helps ensure reliable water supply to Tutin

With USAID funding, UNDP built a new reservoir that helps ensure a sufficient, reliable quantity of potable water for the local residents and the migrants staying in the Asylum Center in Tutin  


Mercury Initial Assessment for Serbia Prepared

Mercury Initial Assessment for Serbia is first step toward ratification of the Minamata Convention, a global treaty dedicated to decreasing the negative effects of mercury on people and the planet  


The First Open Data Week in Serbia

International Open Data Day, which has been celebrating the achievements and possibilities of open data worldwide for the past seven years, has been marked for the first time in Serbia this year  


On International Women's Day, we present you...

On March 8th, International Women's Day we present you with a story of Nevena Petrusic, women’s rights activist and former Commissioner for Protection of Equality  


Ceremonial Signing of MoUs among Cities and Municipalities of the Great Morava River Basin and the Upper Danube River Basin

SEE URBAN project organized ceremonial signing of the Cooperation Protocols among Cities and Municipalities of the Great Morava River Basin and the Upper Danube River Basin  


More than 100 innovative ideas received for reducing GHG emmissions and increasing climate change resilience

111 applications were received in response to the Climate Smart Urban Development Challenge (CSUD) project's Public Call for innovative ideas  


Call for Young Roma for the Training Programs and the Roster for Placement in Local Institutions in 2018

The Call is targeting young Roma women and men in 30 municipalities who are interested in developing their capacities to influence social and political processes related to Roma inclusion and are…  


Local governments gain new knowledge on project planning

27 representatives from five cities and municipalities in Serbia gained new knowledge and skills needed for efficient evaluation of CSO proposals  


Serbian government steps up flood protection efforts

Recent media reports highlight the Government of Serbia resolve to prevent recurrence of floods in the Kolubara River Basin that took in 2014 almost EUR 1 billion in damages and losses  


Faster and more efficient: e-registration of new entrepreneurs in Serbia

Starting from 2018, citizens of Serbia will be able to register as entrepreneurs easier, faster and cheaper! The new e-registration service enables the whole registration procedure to be done online -…  

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