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UNDP Office in Serbia opened Accelerator Lab in Belgrade.

An innovative network of 60 Accelerator Labs is being launched worldwide to test and scale new solutions to global challenges like climate change and soaring inequality.

These laboratories, launched yesterday by UNDP, will bring together grassroots ideas with new sources of real-time data and experimentation to meet the fast-changing realities of 21st-century development.

 

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