Saturday, April 21, 2018

UNITED NATIONS OFFICE OF THE RESIDENT COORDINATOR (UNORC)

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UNITED NATIONS  OFFICE OF THE RESIDENT COORDINATOR (UNORC)

Address: Internacionalnih brigada 69

Tel: 2040-412
Fax: 3444-300
E-mail: unorc.rs@one.un.org
http://rs.one.un.org/

https://twitter.com/UNCT_Serbia
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Working hours:
Monday – Thursday: 08.00-17.00h
Friday: 08.00-15.00h
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Mrs. Irena VOJÁČKOVÁ-SOLLORANO UN Resident Coordinator

Irena Vojáčková-Sollorano the UN Resident Coordinator in Serbia

Irena Vojáčková-Sollorano is the UN Resident Coordinator in Serbia. She assumed her duties as both UN Resident Coordinator and UNDP Resident Representative in October 2013.

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United Nations Resident Coordinator Office (UNRCO)
To coordinate the work of the UN system at the country level, each RC/UNCT should have a RC Office (RCO) to support these roles and demands. UNCT members will actively support the RCO within the context of the UNDAF results framework, including in technical support to achieve agreed UNCT results and in analysis, planning, tracking and reporting processes, information management, communication and advocacy. The RC Office supports 10 core coordination functions performed by RCs and UNCTs as appropriate:
1. Strategic analysis and planning
2. Oversight of the UN country programming cycle
3. Representation and support of UN Secretariat and UN agencies/NRAs
4. Support to national coordination systems and processes
5. Development and management of shared operational support services
6. Crisis management and preparedness response
7. External communication and advocacy
8. Human rights and development
9. Joint resource mobilization and fund management
10. General UNCT oversight and management
UN RC Office in Serbia was established in 2002. Its work today is led by the Coordination Specialist with support of the Coordination Assistant, UNCT Monitoring and Evaluation Analyst and UNCT Communications Expert.

Main Holiday: UN Day, October 24th

RSS United Nations Country Team in Serbia

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    On the occasion of the International Women’s Day, ambassadors, ministers, experts and activists agreed that gender equality is not women's but human rights’ issue and pledged to do more in this regard to improve their life, life of their family and the community as a whole.
  • Children are the most important resource for future economic growth March 7, 2018
    The number of children in Serbia has already decreased by almost 40,000 between 2011 and 2016, while it is estimated that the population in Serbia will drop to 5,5 million by 2041. This will be 23% less than it was observed after the 2011 census. Estimates further show that the labour force will decrease by […]
  • Involvement of gender perspective is vital for response to local challenges of climate change February 28, 2018
    Although climate change does not discriminate and affects everyone, due to different social roles, women and men are differently experiencing the effects of climate change. Women should fully contribute to the planning, creation and implementation of policies related to climate change, a conference entitled "Women and Men in response to local challenges of climate change" […]
  • Europe observes a 4-fold increase in measles cases in 2017 compared to previous year February 19, 2018
    Measles has rebounded in the WHO European Region. The disease affected 21 315 people and caused 35 deaths in 2017, following a record low of 5273 cases in 2016. The WHO Regional Office for Europe has released new data for 2017 one day ahead of a health ministerial meeting on immunization in Montenegro on 20 […]
  • Serbia steps up partnership with FAO and EBRD for stronger agriculture January 26, 2018
    Promoting Serbian agricultural exports, modernizing the country’s water management systems and developing food quality labelling and geographical indication schemes were at the heart of a meeting between the Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Water Management, the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) and the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) followed […]
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