The Socio-Economic Impact Assessment is the result of a broad, collaborative effort involving UN agencies and programs, the Government of Serbia, and representatives of both businesses and civil society.
In order to contribute to improving the quality of the air that we all breath, UNDP Serbia, in cooperation with the UNICEF and WHO, is soliciting legal entities to propose innovative ways of producing or procuring innovative products, technological solutions and new value chains.
Young UN Volunteers Silvija, Kristina and Meti do their part in assisting their community to overcome the challenges of COVID-19 pandemic.
In the town of Gornja Mutnica, in the vicinity of Paracin, on about 315 hectares of plantations, the Serbian-Belgian company Sanicula organically grows Mediterranean cultures.
Responsible reporting may provide support to women who have suffered violence, and in society at large such reporting promotes absolute unacceptability of violent behaviour.
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37,6%

Women in parliament (2017; National Assembly)

9,7%

Unemployment rate (2020; Serbian Statistical Office)

7,409$

GDP Per capita (2019; The World Bank)

0.799

Human Development Index (2019; UNDP)

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