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Last updated: October 05, 2021

October 5, 2021

Political Processes Strengthening is a seven-year, $13.8 million activity to bolster political pluralism in Serbia by strengthening the capacity of political actors, increasing citizen-driven dialogue with political actors, and supporting long-standing efforts to improve the transparency and integrity of the electoral process, thus increasing Serbia’s commitment to democratic values.

September 3, 2021

The United States Agency for International Development, Mission in Serbia is hosting an Industry day to discuss USAID’s mission, new programs, and opportunities for engagement.

August 27, 2021

The USAID Para-fiscals Reform Activity is a two-year, $444,000 initiative that partners with the Ministry of Finance and the Government of Serbia to support the reform of Serbia’s non-fiscal revenue system through reforms of the regulatory environment related to non-tax levies, such as charges and fees (including things like fees for business signage, different fees for different national and subnational administrative services, etc). Given that one of previous activities helped regulating charges this project addresses and focuses on fees. 

The United States and Slovakia Partner to Help Homeless People Suffering from Ongoing Pandemic
June 2, 2021

BELGRADE - On May 28, 2021, the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) and the Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs of the Slovak Republic launched a project to support people who are homeless or living in inadequate housing in Belgrade, by providing water, sanitation and hygiene services, preventive services, health care and psycho-social services. The project is implemented by the Adventist Development and Relief Agency (ADRA).    

July 2, 2020

On March 15, when Serbia declared a state of emergency and imposed curfews and a lock-down for the elderly to halt the spread of COVID-19, many vulnerable people were largely unprepared for the lengthy period of isolation that was to follow.