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Annex 1. SWOT analysis of strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats to achieving sustainable development in Serbia

Annex 2. Overview of current water and wastewater projects funded by multilateral and bilateral cooperation (2008-2010)

Annex 3. Acronyms

Annex 4. List of Persons Met

Belgrade Centre for Minority Rights - Andrea Colak, Executive Director.

Belgrade Waterworks and Sewerage - Vladimir Jankovic (Deputy General Manager) and Zoran Radivojevic.

"Environmental Ambassadors" NGO - Andjelka Mihajlov, and Zeleni Vrbas.

Environmental Movement of Vrbas NGO -Ratko Djurdjevac.

EU MISP - Nenad Colic.

Grand Backa Canal Environmental Hot Spots Project - Dobrila Simic (Project Manager).

Institute for Public Health of the City of Belgrade - Branislava Matic, Snezana Dejanovic and Katarina Spasovic.

Institution of the Ombudsman -Violeta Coric and Jablanka Tabas.

MAFWM, Water Directorate - Vladimir Tanackovic.

MESP - Nebojsa Pokimica, EU integration.

Ministry of Health - Dr. Dubravka Saranovic-Ralcic.

Ministry of Human and Minority Rights - Ljuan Koko (Head Roma National Strategy Secretariat).

PUC "Belgrade Water and sewage" - Zoran Radivojevic and Vladimir Jankovic.

SCTM - Ljubinka Kaludjerovic.

UNDP Serbia Team Leaders and Programme Officers.

UN HABITAT, Zlata Vuksanovic-Macura.

UNHCR - Olivera Vukotic.


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Serbia/sector assessment

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