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Francine Pickup is a newly appointed Resident Representative at UNDP Serbia

Francine Pickup, New Resident Representative, UNDP Serbia

Francine Pickup is appointed as the UNDP Resident Representative in Serbia as of May 2019. Previously acting UNDP Resident Representative in India and, prior to...
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Sophia the Robot on the second day of the Digital Summit...

Sophia the Robot answers our questions on the second day of the Digital Summit Western Balkans. Full interview will be published in the May issue of CorD.

Open Government Partnership in Serbia – Openness builds trust

Speaking at the opening of conference Open Government Partnership in Serbia – Openness builds trust, organised within the framework of the Open Management Week...

Building a Circular Culture Together

“In order for us to reduce the discarding of food, or the generating of food waste, we need systemic, lasting solutions and sustainable management of excess food. With this we would contribute to reducing poverty and hunger, as well as protecting the environment – all for the benefit of the entire community” - Radmila Ivetić, President of the Food Bank Association

Increasing Energy Efficiency in Serbian Municipalities

In 2017, UNDP helped 110 countries access about $2billion in grants for energy projects

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UNDP Annual Session

United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) held the Annual Session for many of its international, national and local partners to celebrate joint achievements towards Sustainable...
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UNDP Annual Session

United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) held the Annual Session for many of its international, national and local partners to celebrate joint achievements towards Sustainable Development Goals and 2030 Agenda. Read more

First Innovation Management Academy in Belgrade

Center for development of technology entrepreneurship and innovation – ICT Hub will start the first Innovation Management Academy program.   Academy is a unique, five-day,...
Competition for training providers in the field of IT retraining

Competition for training providers in the field of IT retraining

The Office for Information Technology and Electronic Administration in partnership with the United Nations Development Program (UNDP) invites organisations to apply for the Competition...

Citizens Participate in the Local Budget Planning

In what ways can citizens participate in the local budget planning process? How can they suggest for which purposes the budget will be spent?...

Italian Embassy and UNDP Sign Project Implementation Agreement

Italian Ambassador to Serbia H.E. Carlo Lo Cascio and UNDP Resident Representative and UN Resident Coordinator in Serbia Ms Karla Robin Hershey signed two...

British Government Supports Serbia’s Digital Transformation

Mihailo Jovanović (Associate Professor, PhD), director of the Office for Information Technologies and e-Government and H.E. Denis Keefe, British Ambassador to Serbia, presented today...

Climate-smart Innovative Ideas Awarded

"The response received, and the quality of the ideas once again proved that Serbia is a country of smart and creative people and that it is possible, with the right incentive, to change Serbia for better in the field of environmental protection"

Launch Of The National Open Data Portal

National Open data portal for economic development and better information for citizens

Karla Hershey New UN Resident Coordinator In Serbia/UNDP

New UN Resident Coordinator and UNDP Resident Representative in Serbia

Steliana Nedera, Deputy Resident Representative at UNDP Serbia

Innovative Solutions for Youth Unemployment

This innovative investment mechanism is gaining traction with investors around the world. The reason is simple: on top of earning a return, they also bring about social impact, hence the name – social impact investing

Irena Vojáčková-Sollorano, UN Resident Coordinator And UNDP Resident Representative In Serbia

Trusted Partnership

Following successful cooperation on flood relief efforts in 2014, UNDP once again joined forces with its trusted and long-standing development partner, the Government of Japan, to tackle another burning issue in Serbia: the migrant and refugee crisis
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