Video about delivery of building material to RHP beneficiary family in Stara Pazova, Serbia, on 2 October 2014.
The Assembly of Donors, in its meeting held on 20 November in Paris, approved four new grant applications, one from each Partner Country.
From 22 to 24 October 2014, the 9th Annual Meeting of the Serbian Commissariat for Refugees and Migration (KIRS) Trustees was held in Soko Banja. The meeting brought together approximately 400 municipal trustees, representatives from RHP Partner Countries, as well as representatives from the international community and Technical Assistance involved in the RHP.
It has been three months since the first shovels hit the ground on the construction site of Korenica in Croatia. As of today, three floors of an apartment building for 29 vulnerable families have already been finished.
The signed agreements, which amount to a total of just over EUR 8 million in grants, will provide financing for the construction of a home for 68 elderly refugees and IDPs in Pljevlja, and for the construction of two apartment buildings in Podgorica for 120 most vulnerable families currently living in Camp Konik I.
Family Tepsic is one of the 125 vulnerable families that were selected to receive packages of building material financed within the first RHP sub-project implemented in Serbia. On 2 October they were visited by RHP donors and partners and Serbian Deputy Prime Minister Ivica Dacic, who is also President of the Serbian National Steering Committee for RHP.