USAID Presents Citizens’ Perceptions of Anti-corruption Efforts in Serbia

USAID’s Government Accountability Initiative (GAI) presented the results of the 2018 nationwide survey of Serbian citizens’ perceptions of efforts of all branches of government to combat corruption. Speaking at the ceremony Ms. Laura Pavlović, Director of the Office of Democratic and economic Growth, USAID, said “I think it is important to underscore that progress in improving ...
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USAID and Seven Local Governments Partner to Enhance Good Governance and Fight Corruption

The mayors of Šabac, Vranje, Sombor, Vrnjačka Banja, Sjenica, Raška, and Dimitrovgrad, along with Mr. Mike de la Rosa, Director of USAID Serbia, signed Memoranda of Cooperation today to increase transparency, accountability, and citizen engagement in decision making in order to decrease corruption. Mr. Branko Ruzic, Minister of State Administration and Local Self-Government witnessed the ...
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Serbian Specialty Food Companies Debut at the Belgrade Food Show

Over 80 exhibitors from the fruit, vegetable, meat and dairy industries showcased their premium food products at the first annual Belgrade Food Show. Organized by the Unites States Agency for International Development (USAID) and the Association for the Promotion of Serbian, the food show helped exhibitors forge new sales contracts, develop business partnerships, and identify ...
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U.S. Assistance Builds New Emergency Care Facility in Bosilegrad

he United States Agency for International Development (USAID), a U.S. government agency, the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and the Government of Serbia inaugurated a new emergency care facility at the Primary Health Care Center in Bosilegrad. The new facility provides residents of Bosilegard, including migrants and refugees accommodated at the city’s reception center, with ...
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$9 Million For Strengthening Serbia’s Economy and Institution Efficiency

USAID Serbia Мission Director Azza El – Abd and Jadranka Joksimovic, Serbian Minister without portfolio responsible for EU integration, signed amendments to two bi-lateral assistance agreements: Agreement for the better functioning of the public administration of the Republic of Serbia (worth $4,450,000) and amendment to the Agreement for a more competitive market economy (worth $4,645,425). After ...
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Serbia and United States Strenghten Long-standing Assistance Cooperation

On April 28, 2017, the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) and the Government of Serbia will sign amendments to two assistance agreements, providing an additional U.S. $9 million in assistance to strengthen Serbia’s business enabling environment, make its small and medium enterprises more competitive, and support reforms to Serbia’s judiciary and government operations. ...
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