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The total assistance allocated so far is 11 million Euros, broken down into the following:
An EU-funded agriculture relief programme worth eight million Euros implemented by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) in cooperation with the Office is currently ongoing. Aid packages will be donated within this programme (saplings, animals, animal food, equipment etc) for more than 15,000 agricultural households on the territory of 29 municipalities afflicted with flood damage.
The process of reconstruction, implemented owing to various donors, includes 60 public buildings (some of them are funded by several donors).
So far, 40 buildings have been reconstructed (9 kindergartens, 15 primary schools, 8 secondary schools, 4 health and 1 cultural centres, and also three multi-purpose facilities). The reconstruction of 20 more buildings is underway (1 kindergarten, 2 primary schools, 5 secondary schools, 6 health and 4 cultural centres, and also two multi-purpose facilities), namely:
Based on the proposal made by the Government Office for Reconstruction and Flood Relief, the Governments of Japan, Great Britain, Turkey, Italy, Algeria, Canada, Indonesia, Albania and Bulgaria, and also the Coca-Cola Foundation and the European Union, have approved the total of approximately 1 billion dinars to fund the projects for reconstruction of flood-control infrastructure.
Apart from the direct aid coming from the state, over 15,000 households throughout Serbia recived aid for the reconstruction of houses in money, construction material and/or labour coming from the donations by the Еuropean Union (EU), Austria, USA and Switzerland through the following organisations: the Serbian Red Cross, Caritas, Mercy Corps, ADRA etc.
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