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Republic of Serbia
Serbia National Disaster Risk Management Program: Scaling Up Resilient Infrastructure Project
Grant No.: GFDDR Grant no: A 7621
Assignment Title: Project Coordinator
Reference No. (as per Procurement Plan): S 4.4.
The Republic of Serbia has received financing in amount of USD 1 020 000,00 from the Japan (“Donor”) that will be administered by the World Bank toward the cost of the Grant: “Serbia National Disaster Risk Management Program: Scaling Up Resilient Infrastructure Project”, and intends to apply part of the proceeds for consulting services to be procured under this project.
The scope of the assignment will include: implementation of project activities, ensuring effective and efficient coordination of all activities associated with the project, in full compliance with the requirements and procedures of the World Bank and the Government of Republic of Serbia where it is applicable; planning, organizing and coordination of implementation of project components, activities, and operations; ensuring full compliance with directives of the World Bank (WB); producing six-monthly progress reports, annual reports, mid-term review reports, and project completion reports; working closely with World Bank during project supervision activities, facilitating the preparation of mid-term review (MTR) and project completion report (PCR) by the PMU; proposing possible means of improving implementation where necessary; leading policy dialogue and liaising with relevant in-country and regional programs and projects; recruiting, managing and evaluating support personnel and coordinating all training activities of the project staff; coordinating activities for the development of National Risk - informed planning Platform; coordinating activities for Piloting Risk - informed planning Platform; carrying out any other project related activities that are assigned by the PMU.
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Case Study // Round Table SDG 11: Promoting resilient and sustainable cities and human settlements: intersectoral cooperation and evidence-based policies
07 December 2016, 13:07Comments (0)
On March 13, 2015, the European Union granted €60.2 million from its Solidarity Fund (EUSF) to help Serbia as the most severely flood-affected country in the region.
The aid was earmarked for covering and/or reimbursing extraordinary expenses for public works, primarily to restore critical infrastructure, repair the direct damage and address the pressing needs in the aftermath of the floods, as well as the expenses of rescue operations and the clean-up of the affected areas.
12 July 2016, 13:12Comments (0)
Prime Minister of Serbia Aleksandar Vučić attended today the delivery of the official notification of the completion of the project of reconstruction of flood defence structures, funded from the donation of the Government of Italy, to the representatives of local self-governments of Krupanj, Loznica, Kladovo and Osečina.
06 July 2016, 16:06Comments (0)
Prime Minister of Serbia Aleksandar Vučić and Ambassador of the Kingdom of Norway Arne Sannes Bjørnstad inaugurated the renovated Sports and Culture Centre in Obrenovac, one of the hardest hit public facilities during the flooding in May 2014.
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