Serbia

News Centre

Latest news


Local governments and CSOs join forces to improve the quality of life in local communities

City of Kragujevac hosted the representatives of 17 civil society organizations (CSOs) that will implement a number of projects aimed at improving the living conditions of citizens in Dimitrovgrad,…  


Celebrating International Day of Families

Representatives of the EU, UN agencies and Serbian state institutions, visited the Transit Centre “Adasevci” and the Health Centre in Sid. The delegation also participated in a celebration of the…  


Marginalized Roma community still most excluded in Western Balkans

The Regional study on Roma in the Western Balkans shows that marginalised Roma still face limited access to basic rights, health, education, housing and employment  


Best Climate-Smart Ideas Awarded

Ministry of Environmental Protection and UNDP awarded the most innovative ideas for climate-resilient local communities in Serbia  


Workshop on economical and effective public procurement

In cooperation with the General Secretariat of the Serbian Government, supported by the UNDP and SIDA, the Public Procurement Office organized a workshop entitled “Economically most advantageous bid…  


Representatives of the EU, UN agencies and Serbian state institutions visit Kikinda

Representatives of the EU, UN agencies and Serbian state institutions, visited the Reception Centre for Migrants and Health Centre in Kikinda. The delegation also participated in a volunteer action in…  


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  

UNDP Around the world

You are at UNDP Serbia 
Go to UNDP Global