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About Serbia

USAID's programs are supporting Serbia's vision to be democratic, prosperous and fully integrated into Euro-Atlantic institutions. USAID is helping Serbia enact reforms for the country to complete its economic and democratic transition into the European Union (EU) and other international institutions.

Our primary areas of focus are economic growth and good governance.

USAID is assisting Serbia to make its governance institutions stronger and, by supporting independent oversight agencies and civil society, it is making government more open and accountable to the people. Our initiatives are encouraging participation by young politicians, minorities and women in Parliament. In addition, USAID is improving the transparency and efficiency of the courts.

USAID is working with selected government counterparts, non-governmental organizations, international donors, and other U.S. agencies to advance economic reforms that will contribute to business growth. It is strengthening the capacity of municipalities to stimulate local economic development. And it is improving the competitiveness of the private sector, especially in economically disadvantaged regions.

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Country Development Cooperation Strategy [PDF, 2MB]

Abbreviated Country Development and Cooperation Strategy

USAID Mission Director to Serbia Azza El-Abd

Last updated: May 09, 2017

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Contact Information

Mission Contact

USAID/Serbia
92 Bulevar kneza Aleksandra Karađorđevića
Belgrade
Serbia
Postal Code - M 
11040
Phone 
381-11-706-4000
Fax 
381-11-361-8267

USAID Contact

Conan Peisen
U.S. Agency for International Development
Bureau for Europe and Eurasia, SA-44
Washington
, DC 
20523
USA