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            SUMMARY NOTE
        UNDAF DESIGN WORKSHOP
             Belgrade, Hotel M
            03 and 04 June 2008

    (Sessions for the Senior Programme Staff)




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                                          Agenda:
                               Serbia UNDAF Design Workshop
                                Hotel M- June 03 and 04, 2008

                       Day 1                                                      Day 2

9:00                                                      09:00

 Introduction and Overview                                Linking Rights with Results
    Welcoming remarks by RC                              - Role/ Pattern Analysis
    Introductions                                        - Capacity/ Gap Analysis
    Objectives and schedule

Human Rights in the context of UN Reform: Linkages
with human development, peace & security, and
humanitarian action

Human Rights Protection Systems
  Global & Regional

Human Rights Situation in Serbia
  Key issues and national system

The HRBA in the programming process- Applying
standards and principles of human rights to UN
Programmes
-Power walk


                      LUNCH                                                       LUNCH

The HRBA in the programming process (cont)            Linking rights with results:
-Group work
                                                      Designing Strategic Interventions
                                                         RBM Overview
Linking Rights with results:
                                                         Monitoring & Evaluation
- Causality Analysis
                                                      Support & learning resources available
                                                          QSA & RDT, DGO and UNSSC
                                                          Tools and resources

                                                      Action Planning
                                                      - application to practice
Wrap-up & feedback 17:30
                                                      Evaluation and Closing 17:30




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Workshop facilitators:

  1. Ms Judith Campbell, Lead Facilitator (e-mail: judith.campbell@free.fr)


  2. Mr Damien Mama, Resource Person, Policy Advisor, RC Office Juba, Sudan (e-mail:
     damien.mama@undp.org)


  3. Mr Rio Hada, Resource Person, Human Rights Officer, OHCHR Geneva (e-mail:
     rhada@ohchr.org)


  4. Ms Ritsu Natsken-Morino, UNSSC (e-mail: r.nacken-morino@unssc.org)




Annexes:

      Annex I

   1. List of the participants at the UNDAF Design Workshop on June 03, 2008
   2. List of the participants at the UNDAF Design Workshop on June 04, 2008


      Annex 2

  1.   Power point presentation: HRBA 1 ~3
  2.   Power point presentation: Human Rights in Serbia
  3.   Power point presentation: Serbia HRBA to programming
  4.   Power point presentation: Handout HRBA Day 1
  5.   Power point presentation: Serbia HRBA step-by-step
  6.   Power point presentation: Serbia HRBA Steps Day Two
  7.   Power point presentation: RBM & Monitoring and Evaluation and HRBA Overview




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                                   Day 1 - June 03, 2008

Session I

   1. Introduction and the overview

Mr Lance Clark, UN Resident Coordinator opened the Workshop and gave a brief overview of
the UNCT priority areas that should be considered while developing UNDAF and which are as
follows:

1) Inclusive Development
2) Capacity Development - policy support and technical assistance
3) EU Assessment
4) Decentralization

After the introductory word, the participants were given the overall objectives of the workshop:

      Enhanced understanding and knowledge of the human-rights based approach to
       programming
      Initiated the rights- based analysis of major national development challenges in Serbia


   2. Human Rights in the Context of the UN Reform

       Power point presentation (See Annex 2/1)
       Title of the presentation: HRBA 1~3


   3. Human Rights Protection System

       Power point presentation (See Annex 2/1)
       Title of the presentation: HRBA 1~3

Below are the results of the Group Exercise on “Challenges to mainstreaming” HR:

      Often UNCT is donor driven
      Insufficient understanding of HR Concept within UNCT
      UN Staff lacks strategic approach and knowledge on HR issues
      Differences in knowledge and understanding of HR Concepts and relevance to Agency
       mandates (internal)



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      Reconciling partnership and a critical approach
      Problems with definition and varying levels of commitment to HRBA among agencies
      Intro HR Mainstreaming
      Tailoring universal HR principles to agencies programmatic context
      Lack of understanding on the application of international HR framework
      Lack of knowledge and understanding of HR Concepts in institutions and communities
       (individuals)- external
      HR not well understood /positioned by the Government, makes the work of the UN more
       challenging
      More focused on rights-holders need
      Trade-off between formal interpretation of HR and substantial application in practice
       (making a difference)
      No clear mechanisms/ tool for applying HRBA
      Administrative barriers & absence of linkages (connections) among sectors/ Institutions/
       Services
      How to ensure adopted principles will work in practice
      Prejudices against inclusion and allocation of funds


   4. Human Rights Situation in Serbia

       Presentation made by Ms. Marija Raus, OHCHR National Programme Officer
       Power point presentation (See Annex 2/2)
       Title of the presentation: Human Rights in Serbia


Session II

    5. The HRBA in the programming process

          Power point presentation (See Annex 2/3 and Annex 2/4)
          Title of the presentations: Serbia HRBA to programming
                                    Handout HRBA Day 1



Below are the results of the Group Exercise on identifying the major implications of applying
human rights principles for country programming.




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* Universality and Inalienability

As needs/requirement for the above-mentioned issue, the group identified the following:

          Establish who the excluded groups are
          (Data collection important i.e. Roma children without documents DevInfo)
          Ensure inclusion in all phases of programme process
          Empower excluded to participate
          Facilitate participation
          (Partnering with CSOs)
          Partnership with both rights holders and duty bearers (build capacity, call upon
           Governments to progressively fulfill obligations)


*Indivisibility

As needs/requirement for the above-mentioned issue, the group identified the following:

        CCA to cover all HR
       Participatory process (duty bearers and right-holders)

        UNDAF to provide for wide coverage, inclusion of all aspects of HR
       Participation (duty bearers and right holders)

        UNDAF to consolidate UNCT efforts to apply indivisibility
       To be a bit narrowed down depending on country specificities


* Equality and non-discrimination

As needs/requirement for the above-mentioned issue, the group identified the following:

          Analyze relevant data and identify information gaps
          Targeted research
          Analysis and application of relevant legislation
          Assess current practices
          Identify gaps
          Design inclusive programs




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*Participation and Inclusion

As needs/requirement for the above-mentioned issue, the group identified the following:

      “Not for them without them”

      Go to the field, listen to their voices, include their suggestions into your
       programmes/projects, work with them


* Accountability and Rule of law

Based on the analysis include both duty-bearers and right holders, as PGM beneficiaries through
appropriate capacity development interventions

In other words

HR are inter linked and to ensure their realization you have to address issues from various
sectors and involve various actors

Programme Implication
Requires:
    Wider needs analysis
    Multi-sectoral & sequential approach,

e.g. Roma rights:
     Political participation
     Discrimination awareness
     Access to basic social services

Underpinned
Rights to education

Underpinned
Minority rights
Anti-discrimination




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6. The HRBA in the programming process

               Power point presentation (See Annex 2/5)
               Title of the presentation: Serbia HRBA steps

Below are the results of the Group Exercise on the Topic of Causality Analysis and Building Problem
Trees.

   1. Low school enrolment among Roma children

As the immediate causes of the above-mentioned issue, the group identified the following:

      Inappropriate school readiness
          o Language barriers
          o Child labor
          o Low preschool enrollment
          o Migration and displacement
          o Unsupportive family environment

      Inadequate state support
          o Civil registration documents missing
          o Low implementation of educational Action plans
          o Not available RTAs
          o Untrained teachers
          o Lack of implementation of the educational law

As the root causes, the group identified:

      Poverty and unemployment
      Discrimination
      Lack of political will to fund and resolve the problems

Human Rights that are violated are listed below:

      Right to education
      Right to work
      Right to adequate standard of living (food, clothing, housing)
      Right to be recognized as a person before the law
      Non-discrimination
      Right to enjoy own culture and language
      Child rights


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   2. Poverty twice as high in the rural areas

   As the immediate causes of the above-mentioned issue, the group identified the following:

      Migration
      Undeveloped capital market
      Unemployment
      Insufficient market production- not market oriented
      Characteristics of rural population (aging, low education-low human capital)

   As the underlying causes of the above-mentioned issue, the group identified the following:

      Unresolved property issue
      Lack of access to services
      Lack of employment opportunities
      Lack of adequate subsidies
      Lack of access on information on modern agriculture techniques
      Lack of access to education
      Structure - small rural households
      Lack of agricultural education and market-oriented education

As the root causes, the group identified:

      Historical heritage
      Subculture of poverty
      Lack of policies for development
      Lack of regional development policies (recently adopted framework on Reg. Dev.)

 Human Rights that are violated are listed below:

      Right to education
      Right to employment
      Right to minimum living standards
      Right to health care




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   3. High rate of unemployment effect among People with Disabilities

As the immediate causes of the above-mentioned issue, the group identified the following:

      Poor access to employment facilities
      Lack of education for employers
      Discrimination

As the underlying causes of the above-mentioned issue, the group identified the following:

      Insufficient development of private sector
      Access to education
      Access to health services
      Urban and rural infrastructure not adapted for People with Disabilities
      Low child care, infrastructure capacities
      Lack of sensibility and awareness of employers
      Lack of sufficient/ supportive legislation
      Low public awareness on the issue
      Poverty

As the root causes, the group identified:

      Overall political and economical climate in the country

Human Rights that are violated are listed below:

      Right to education
      Right to work
      Right to equal treatment


   4. High level of Domestic Violence Against Women

As the immediate causes of the above-mentioned issue, the group identified the following:

      Violence against women is being tolerated and not recognized as a problem
      Increased aggressive behavior (social factors: poverty, unemployment, post war, alcohol
       abuse)
      Violence Against Women is not reported and sanctioned



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As the underlying causes of the above-mentioned issue, the group identified the following:

      Culturally accepted/ Driven pattern of conflict resolution
      Lack of public awareness and civil response
      Women not empowered to report violence
      Lack of data( not reliable data and existing one not used)
      Lack of institutional cooperation ( networking and knowledge)
      Law just adopted but not fully implemented and reinforced
      Gender inequality
      Inadequately supported women organizations and Government bodies working on gender
       issues
      Prevention programmes are not adequately developed and included in the system
      Government; lack of support to victims ( shelters), corruption, no protocols for systems
      Judges and prosecutors not educated to react
      Police does not respect human rights
      Low Education of women
      Low Economic empowerment of women
      Low political commitment and will

As the root causes, the group identified:
     Poverty
     Unemployment
     Post war




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                                    Day 2 - June 04, 2008

Session I

1. Linking Rights with results

         Power point presentations (See Annex 2/6)
         Title of the presentation: Serbia HRBA Steps Day Two

The groups were asked to take one causal chain from the problem tree and analyze the
role/pattern and capacity gaps. Below are the results of the Group Exercise.

   1. Low school enrolment among Roma children

Right holders:         Roma children and parents

Claim:                 Inclusive education

Identifying the duty bearers:

        Ministry of Education – adopt, create and promote inclusive educational policies and law;
         create appropriate curricula
        Schools – create conditions; promote inclusion; implementation of laws on education
         accessibility
        Local self-government – data collection and dissemination
        Social Work Centre – ensure children go to school through inspections and address
         individual cases
        Parents

Duty bearers - Capacity Gap Analysis:

        No motivation and responsibility on behalf of Ministry of Education
        Weak coordination among duty bearers
        Political instability
        Lack of awareness about value of the inclusive education
        Lack of financial capacity/ priority (Ministry of Education and Government)
        Lack of trained Human Resources in schools
        Insufficient Human Resources capacity of Social Welfare Centers
        Children not prepared for school


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        Local Government responsibility to define and implement plan for Roma (including the
         education issues)


   2. Poverty twice as high in the rural areas

Right holders:         Farmers in poor rural areas

Claim:                 Right to adequate living standards
                       Children – right to education

Identifying the duty bearers:

        Local authorities - Planning and development of rural development programme

        Ministry of Agriculture - Adopt and implement rural development policies

        Ministry of Education:
                o Developed specialized education programmes – agric.
                o Vocational
                o Basic (children)

Duty bearers - Capacity Gap Analysis:

        Local authorities
                    o Lack of human capacity to plan and organize PR. (No. of staff, know-
                        how...)
                    o Funding
                    o Lack of accountability

        Ministry of Agriculture
                    o Politically biased
                    o Lack of willingness

        Ministry of Education
                    o No capacity for developing tailored programmes
                    o Not enough authority to create local specific programmes-curricula




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   3. High rate of unemployment effect among People with Disabilities

Right holders:         People with Disabilities

Claim:                 Access to employment facilities

Identifying the duty bearers:

        Employer – improve physical accessibility to the work place
        Municipality – improve urban and rural infrastructure
        Ministry of Capital Investments – secure application of new civil construction law
        Ministry of Labor and Social Policy – secure ratification at Parliament and empowerment
         of UN declaration

Duty bearers - Capacity Gap Analysis:

        Employer
           o General lack of awareness
           o No adequate knowledge and skills
           o Usually insufficient financial resources
           o No exchange of lessons learnt


   4. High level of Domestic Violence Against Women

Right holders:         Women

Claim:                 Not to be subject to Sexually Gender Based Violence

Capacity Gap Analysis:

        Not aware of right
        Not empowered to protect and report/ act upon

Duty bearers:                   Men/ Partner
Obligation:                     Respect of the right to non torture
Capacity Gap Analysis:          Education

Duty bearers:          Responsible municipal institutions (Schools, Centers for social work)
Obligation:            Prevention programmes
Capacity Gap Analysis: Insufficient institutional capacity


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                           Protocols not existing (NAP, local AP)

Other duty bearers:

      Ministry of Education,
      Ministry of Culture,
      Ministry of Labor and Social Policy,
      Media Associations,
      Media houses,
      Municipality,
      NGOs and
      Civil Society Organizations


2. Linking Rights with results - RBM Overview

       Power point presentations (See Annex 2/6)
       Title of the presentation: RBM & Monitoring and Evaluation and HRBA Overview

The groups were asked to identify one UNDAF Outcome, two Agency outcomes, outputs and
indicators that would refer to the chosen causal chain. Below are the results of the Group Exercise.

   1. Low school enrolment among Roma children

National priority ( 10-25 years):

      Roma children enjoy right to education to the fullest extent

UNDAF Outcome (4-6 years)

      Authorities implement Roma Decade Action plan related to education
      Roma children and their parents are empowered to claim and practice their right to
       education

Agency outcome (2-4 years)

      Government capacity to implement Roma Decade Action plan on Education strengthened
       ( UNHCR, UNDP, UNICEF)
      Roma children have access to Roma – friendly environment in schools




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Outputs (1-2 years)

       National strategy for inclusive education developed
       Roma Teaching Assistants trained and school staff sensitized

Indicators:

      Number of trainings for Roma Teaching Assistants and school staff
      Number of schools and municipalities covered by trainings
      Number of training/ participants


   2. Poverty twice as high in the rural areas

National priority:

      Decrease rural poverty by 30 % by 2015

UNDAF Outcome:

      Increased efficiency of agricultural production in rural areas

Outcomes

      UNDP: Institutional framework for implementation of rural/agricultural policies
       established
      FAO: Capacity for more efficient agricultural production increased by 30%

UNDP Outputs:

      Law on rural development drafted
      Regional development agencies set-up and running
      Communication and info campaign implemented

Indicators:

      Action plan for rural development implemented
      Department for rural development established




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   3. High rate of unemployment effect among People with Disabilities

UNDAF outcome:

      Inclusive development

Agency outcome 1:

      Support to legal framework adoption and implementation

1.1 Output:

      Parliament supported in reviewing and adopting relevant legislation

2.1 Output:

      Capacity development of central and local level authorities' representatives on fostering
       employment opportunities of vulnerable groups

1.1 Indicator:

      Adopted supporting legislation necessary for the implementation of the UN Convention

1.2 Indicator:

      Results of capacity assessment survey indicating increase of capacity


   4. High Level of Domestic Violence Against Women

UNDAF Outcome:

      MDG 3 Promote Gender Equality and Empower women/Gender's mainstreaming placed
       higher on the Government's Agenda

Agency outcome 1:

      Gender Government bodies efficiency is increased




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Output 1.1:

       NAP Adoption Process supported

Indicator 1.1.1:

       Round tables, conferences, workshops, CPS

Indicator 1.1.2:

       LAPs developed and endorsed

Agency outcome 2:

       National capacities to implement Gender Equality Strategy increased

Output 2.2:

       MPs empowered to perform policy making in the gender field

Indicator 2.2.1:

       Number of training for Member of Parliaments

Indicator 2.2.2.:

       Guidelines on gender mainstreaming designed/ adjusted from international to national


3. Support to the UNDAF Process

             DOCO - Development Operations Coordination Office (www.dgo.org)

DOCO provides support and guidelines for the policy questions that UNCT may have. Every
country has its own Focal point and in case of Serbia, it is Ms Sandra Pellegrom.

Aside of this, DOCO facilitates CPN, a network where many issues of the UNCT can be raised
in the online discussions.




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          RDT - Regional Directors Team

The Team is based in Bratislava and normally one country's UNCT is coordinated by one UN
Agency, which is UNDP in case of Serbia.

The key roles of the RDT are to support the PR process and to provide quality assurance support
function in the process of preparing CCA and UNDAF.

Once the CCA and UNDAF documents are finalized, they should be sent to the RDT for their
comments. It is recommended that the comments consolidated by the RDT are included into the
documents.

          UNSSC - United Nation System Staff College (www.unssc.org)

The UN Staff College is in charge for organizing the UNDAF Design and Prioritization
workshops, as well as various other courses for the UN Country Team members and Programme
Officers.


4. Action planning

Listed below are the actions that Senior Programme staff members agreed to, at the end of the
workshop:

      Consulting the national partners as soon as possible on national priorities

      UNCT to identify the key partners, to agree on selection criteria, decision makers,
       technical expertise

      Training on UNDAF and HRBA for national partners and Civil Society Organizations

      More HRBA training for UN staff

      Need more coordination capacity as a secretariat for the inter-agency working groups in
       the UNDAF process

      Reach consensus on level of details of outputs (issue of flexibility in changing
       environment)




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Annex 1:     UNDAF Design Workshop List of Participants

1. List of participants at the UNDAF Design Workshop on June 03, 2008

 No        Agency        Participant               Title

                         Radomir Buric             Associate Resident Representative

                         Tomislav Novovic          Strategic/ Policy Analyst

                         Stevan Vujasinovic        Communications Specialist
                                                   Programme Associate and Learning
                         Daniel Varga              Manager

                         Vesna Ciprus              Senior Adviser for Poverty Reduction
      1        UNDP
                         Danilo Vukovic            PRED Team Leader
                                                   Civil Society Development Programme
                         Milena Isakovic           Coordinator

                         Jelena Manic              Programme Assistant

                         Sinisa Milatovic          Project Manager

                         Jelena Tadzic             Programme Associate

                         Olivera Vukotic           Associate Community Services Officer

                         Davor Rako                Associate Protection Officer
      2       UNHCR
                         Dejan Kladarin            Assistant Protection Officer

                         Dusko Kunovski            Head of Field Office in Kraljevo

                         Jelena Zajeganovic        Project Officer

                         Svetlana Marojevic        Project Officer
      3       UNICEF
                         Jadranka Milanovic        Communications Officer

                         Milica Radovic            Senior Programme Assistant

                         Verica Matijacic          Programme Assistant




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                    Slobodan Vapa             Programme Assistant

                    Dejan Drobnjak            Communications Assistant

                    Lidija Markovic           Project Manager

                    Milena Milivojev          Project Coordinator
4       IOM
                    Jovana Gusic              Programme Manager Assistant

                    Jovana Mihailovic         Programme Coordinator
5      WHO
                    Melita Vujnovic           Deputy Head of Office
6      UNFPA
                    Marija Rakovic            National Programme Officer
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     UN-HABITAT     Barbara Galassi           Coordinator of Activities
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      UNAIDS        Lana Grbic                National HIV/AIDS Advisor

9     UNIFEM        Jelena Milovanovic        Programme Assistant

                    Marija Raus               National Programme Officer
10    OHCHR
                    Srdjan Milojevic          Programme Assistant

                    Borka Jeremic             UN Coordination Analyst

                    Vera Kovacevic            CCA Consultant
11    RC Office
                    Donatella Bradic          UNDAF Consultant

                    Sanja Gajica-Stojkovic    UN Coordination Assistant




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2. List of participants at the UNDAF Design Workshop on June 04, 2008


No       Agency          Participant             Title

                         Radomir Buric           Associate Resident Representative

                         Velibor Popovic         Programme Manager

                         Tomislav Novovic        Strategic/ Policy Analyst
                                                 Programme Associate and Learning
                         Daniel Varga            Manager
     1        UNDP
                         Vesna Ciprus            Senior Adviser for Poverty Reduction

                         Danilo Vukovic          PRED Team Leader

                         Milena Isakovic         Civil Society Dev. Programme Coordinator

                         Jelena Manic            Programme Assistant

                         Jelena Tadzic           Programme Associate

                         Olivera Vukotic         Associate Community Services Officer

                         Davor Rako              Associate Protection Officer
     2       UNHCR
                         Dejan Kladarin          Assistant Protection Officer

                         Dusko Kunovski          Head of Field office in Kraljevo

                         Jelena Zajeganovic      Project Officer

                         Svetlana Marojevic      Project Officer

                         Jadranka Milanovic      Communications Officer
     3       UNICEF
                         Milica Radovic          Senior Programme Assistant

                         Verica Matijacic        Programme Assistant

                         Slobodan Vapa           Programme Assistant



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                     Dejan Drobnjak          Communications Assistant

                     Lidija Markovic         Project Manager

                     Milena Milivojev        Project Coordinator
4       IOM
                     Jovana Gusic            Programme Manager Assistant

                     Jovana Mihailovic       Programme Coordinator
5      WHO
                     Melita Vujnovic         Deputy Head of Office
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       UNFPA         Marija Rakovic          National Programme Officer
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     UN-HABITAT      Barbara Galassi         Coordinator of Activities
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      UNAIDS         Lana Grbic              National HIV/AIDS Advisor

9     UNIFEM         Jelena Milovanovic      Programme Assistant

                     Marija Raus             National Programme Officer
10    OHCHR
                     Srdjan Milojevic        Programme Assistant

                     Borka Jeremic           UN Coordination Analyst

                     Vera Kovacevic          CCA Consultant
11    RC Office
                     Donatella Bradic        UNDAF Consultant
                     Sanja Gajica-
                     Stojkovic               UN Coordination Assistant




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