11 August 2015, 14:11Comments (0)
Based on the proposal made by the Government Office for Reconstruction and Flood Relief, the Government of the Republic of Turkey approved the total of over 1 million Euros to fund the projects for flood control infrastructure improvement. The grant will be used to fund implementation of the projects aiming to significantly raise citizen and property safety levels in the city of Leskovac and the municipalities of Vlasotince, Vladičin Han, Kladovo, Trgovište, Bujanovac and Bosilegrad.
28 July 2015, 14:28Comments (0)
The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and the Jaroslav Černi Institute for the Development of Water Resources signed today in Belgrade the contract to carry out the Study on Flood Management Improvement in the Kolubara River Basin which had been hit hardest in the floods last year.
The study will show which measures should be implemented to reduce the risk of floods and possible damage to infrastructure and also develop the system to protect flood risk areas in the Kolubara River Basin. The study is the first step towards a more efficient flood management planning in this basin, and also a more focused work on flood prevention measures.
17 July 2015, 12:17Comments (0)
FAO and the EU will start a second round of assistance to flood-affected small-scale farms this month. Over 7,000 households engaged in farming and not included in the first round of the EU assistance applied. Assistance in the second round will reach 23 municipalities which participated in the first round and six additional municipalities.
Apart from the additional assistance for farmers through the European Union donation, the Government of Serbia adopted the National Program for Flood Relief at Agricultural Land worth around 60 million dinars to include all registered farming households and family farms whose land was hit by floods last year.
09 July 2015, 14:09Comments (0)
Ub, 9 July 2015 – Director of the Office for Reconstruction and Flood Relief Marko Blagojević and the President and founder of the UNITAS Foundation Branko Kovačević visited today farmers in the villages of Crvena Jabuka and Sovljak, in the municipality of Ub, who were donated plastic greenhouses by the foundation to restart their agricultural production following devastating floods.
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