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The University of Kragujevac is developing 3D printed medical ventilators with the support of the Embassy of Austria in Serbia

Thanks to the support of the Austrian Development Agency (ADA), a team of bioengineers from the University of Kragujevac will continue to develop their prototype 3D printed medical ventilator.  


The Impact of Covid19 in Serbia: A new report and call for action from the UN

A new assessment from the UN in Serbia shows that the Government of Serbia had a good and timely response to the first impact of COVID-19.  


Clean air challenge: Calling for innovations to reduce air pollution in Serbia and improve air quality

In order to contribute to improving the quality of the air that we all breath, UNDP Serbia, UNICEF and WHO, are soliciting legal entities to propose innovative ways of producing or procuring…  


Norwegian Donation to the Ministry of the Interior

The vehicles are a part of a broader donation of the Norwegian Government , with the overall value of 84,000 EUR, within the project implemented by MEI and UNDP, to mitigating the consequences of…  


Belgrade among the most popular destinations for digital nomads

Who are the digital nomads living and working in Belgrade , how to induce them to stay longer and engage iwith the market in Serbia?  


Winners of the “Depopulation Data Challenge” announced

The winning solutions will contribute to gaining new insights about in-country migrations, economic migrations, out-migration and scientific diaspora, as well as spatial aspects of depopulation.  


PUC „Toplana-Šabac“ set up a mini solar power plant

On August 13th, a small solar photovoltaic power plant of 3 kilowatts was installed on the roof of the administrative building of that company through the Project of the Energy Cooperative "Sunny…  


Serbian media on violence against women in 2019 - Sensationalist reporting lacking social context

Responsible reporting may provide support to women who have suffered violence, and in society at large such reporting promotes absolute unacceptability of violent behaviour.  


Temporary Basic Income could slow the surge in COVID-19 cases

A report released by UNDP suggests that the introduction of a Temporary Basic Income for the world’s poorest people could slow the current surge in COVID-19 cases by enabling nearly three billion…  


"Climate box" soon in front of young people in Serbia

Children and young people in Serbia will soon receive a national version of an innovative, interactive textbook on climate change called "Climate Box".  

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