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23 innovations from Serbia in response to the COVID-19 pandemic

UNDP presented the 23 most innovative local solutions for reducing the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic in Serbia.  


Getting COVID-19 supplies to Serbia

How did we master the art of hiring cargo planes to transport medical supplies during COVID-19 crises?  


COVID-19: huge disparities among countries in ability to cope and recover

Indicators such as the level of poverty, healthcare capacity, access to internet and social protection can portray how severe the effects of the COVID-19 crisis might be in each of 189 countries.  


An open call to health workers from the diaspora to help Serbia fight the Corona virus epidemic

We invite medical workers from abroad who are currently not professionally engaged to report if they are available and willing, should the situation require it, to temporarily return and help fight…  


UN in Serbia – Repeated and clear communication, and citizen action, are required to prevent further spread of COVID 19 virus in Serbia

WHO Director-General declared a COVID-19 a pandemic on March 11, 2020. So far almost 125,000 cases from 118 countries and territories have been reported to WHO. So far, 125,000 cases from 118…  


World AIDS day

The theme of this year's World AIDS Day is "Communities make the difference”.  


Call for experts from diaspora to support development of Serbia

UNDP Serbia is soliciting applications from citizens of Serbia with successful international careers, with emphasis on diaspora, in order to create a roster of specialists who are motivated and…  


Strengthening synergies between the Basel, Rotterdam, Stockholm and Minamata Conventions in Serbia

The upcoming activities and the expected results of a two-year project "Strengthening synergies between the Basel, Rotterdam, Stockholm and Minamata Conventions in the Republic of Serbia" were…  


Supporting the municipalities hosting the migrants: Visit to Vranje

Representatives of the EU, UN agencies and Serbian state institutions, visited in May the Reception Centre for Migrants and the Health Centre in Vranje, participated in the opening of the “Lives left…  


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  

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