Serving the local population since 1990
New models of development characterize the transition necessary in Serbia’s post-Balkans conflict period. ADRA Serbia is responding to these needs by addressing gender-based violence, empowerment, and disaster relief. These sectors encompass IDPs, children with disabilities, and minority groups.Como colaborar
Capacity Statement OverviewADRA Serbia strives to create a safe environment conducive to healthy and happy living. We have developed many programs that provide and ensure support for the most marginalized citizens of Serbia, including children with disabilities and women and children who have suffered abuse or gender-based violence. We have worked to ennoble Serbians in the towns of Subotica, Smederevo, and Kragujevac by offering access to physical and emotional therapy and protective safe houses.
Country OverviewMost of the 1990s were a time of chaos and violence, as the former Republic of Yugoslavia dissolved. Following the great loss of life and infrastructure, Serbia emerged an independent nation. Though progress exists, there is much development work necessary for Serbia to heal physically and emotionally.