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Phone line to some, lifeline to others - Open Call for proposals to support SOS helplines for women survivors of violence

The goal of the call is to ensure continuity in the provision of support to women who are exposed to violence via SOS lines, as well as to tailor these services to the needs of their beneficiaries in…  


How both the environment and the citizens of Šabac pay lower price for heating?

In Šabac, unlike most cities in Serbia, the heating tariff is based on consumption, and not on the size of heated areas. Therefore, citizens are motivated to consume less thermal energy.  


The first Dialogue on Serbia's Climate Change Adaptation held in Belgrade

The dialogue is part of the process of developing a National Climate Change Adaptation Plan, which UNDP is preparing in partnership with the Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Water Management,…  


Vaccines equally available to everyone - campaign to inform Roma population about immunization against COVID-19 has started

In order to inform the Roma population about the importance of COVID-19 immunization and facilitate their vaccine registration, the Association of Youth Volunteers of Serbia, founded by the young Roma…  


An image for change - Photo and illustration competition contributing to ethical reporting on violence against women

The group „Journalists against Violence against Women, Commissioner for the Protection of Equality and the UNDP in Serbia are launching a competition for photographs and illustrations that contribute…  


German Government and UNDP donated modern forensic equipment to the Ministry of the Interior of the Republic of Serbia

The equipment is intended for police officers and forensic technicians, and will contribute to their speed and efficiency in investigating crime scenes, collecting and analysing evidence, examining…  


14 innovative solutions for better air quality in Serbia presented

The approximate value of all 14 selected solutions for better air quality amounts to 1 million USD, and UNDP has supported one innovative solution.  


The Swedish Government and the UNDP donated 120 computers to the State Audit Institutions

These computers will replace a part of the equipment that has been used so far, and are intended for everyday work of the state auditors so they continue with their effect audits of budget funds…  


Why it is important for women to be equal in society

On the occasion of International Women’s Day, the UNDP in Serbia is recalling that, despite significant progress in socio-economic development, no country has yet achieved full gender equality.  


Network of Women Mayors and Presidents of Municipalities in Serbia established

Women Mayors and Presidents of Municipalities in Serbia signed the Solidarity Charter, committing to act jointly in order to achieve full gender equality.  

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