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					      UNHCR STRATEGY 2009
   REFUGEES:High Commissioner Initiative on
    Protracted Refugee Situations
   IDPs: Identification of those that are genuinely
    interested in return to Kosovo and assist them
   Closure of CCs (in 2000 over 400)
   Housing Solutions and Self Reliance for the
    most vulnerable
   Prevention of Statelessness (Romas)
   Support to the Government in implementation of
    Asylum system
Types of Activities/ Implementation
       Procedure in 2009
   HOUSING
   COMMUNITY SERVICES
   SELF RELIANCE (Income
    Generation/Vocational Training)
   RETURN
   LEGAL ASSISTANCE
   STATELESSNESS
   ASYLUM
                     HOUSING
   Village Houses

   Partial Self-Help (PSH-distribution of building
    materials)

   Households Merging Pilot Initiative (HMPI)

   Social Housing in Supportive Environment

   Housing Micro Loans
                   Village Houses
   Beneficiaries: refugees and IDPs in CCs (with a priority
    given to CCs recommended for closure) and in Private
    Accommodation

   69 refugee/IDP families ( 276 individuals)

   Municipalities identified (estimation):Kursumlija, Cicevac,
    Mali Idjos, Titel, Loznica, Zabari, Subotica

   UNHCR Implementing Partner: INTERSOS

   Budget USD 720,000 (UNHCR Annual Budget)
   Donor USD 200,000 (Humanitarian Organization Divac)
Partial Self-Help (PSH-distribution of
         building materials)
   Beneficiaries: IDPs and refugees who are living
    in CCs throughout Serbia as well as in very poor
    private accommodation

   95 housing units for 95 refugee/IDP families
    (500 individuals)

   UNHCR Implementing Partner: DRC, INTERSOS,
    Vizija

   Budget USD 594,584 (UNHCR Annual Budget)
   Donor USD 89,904 (EU Regional IPA)
       Households Merging Pilot
           Initiative (HMPI)
   Beneficiaries: refugee, IDP and a few domicile
    extremely vulnerable families

   20 refugee/IDP families (approx. 60 individuals
    and consequently 20 domicile elderly)

   Targeted municipalities concentrated in Vojvodina
    and South Serbia

   UNHCR Implementing Partner: DRC

   Budget USD 239,589 (UNHCR Annual Budget)
     Social Housing in Supportive
             Environment
   20 housing units will be completed for up to 20
    refugee and IDP families willing to exit CC
    “Kasarna” in Petrovac and restart individual type
    of living.

   UNHCR Implementing Partner: Housing Center

   Funds were donated by Bureau for Population,
    Refugee and Migration (BPRM) of the US
    Government
   Budget USD 700,000
     Social Housing in Supportive
             Environment
   80 housing units (4 buildings) will be completed
    for up to 80 refugee and IDP families from local
    CCs or poor private accommodations

   Approx 240 individuals from four selected
    municipalities: Negotin, Smederevo, Vranje and
    Leskovac

   UNHCR Implementing Partner: Housing Centre

   Funding IPA
   Budget for two years project USD 2,378,701
          Housing Micro Loans
   Beneficiaries: refugee and IDP families who have a stable
    source of income

   90 refugee/IDP families (approx 400 individuals)

   Municipalities: Belgrade area, Jagodina, Krusevac,
    Kragujevac, Kraljevo, Nis, Nova Varos, Cajetina, Uzice,
    Cacak, Gornji Milanovac, Vrnjacka Banja

   UNHCR Implementing Partner: Microfins, MDF

   Budget USD 125,114 (UNHCR Annual Budget)
   Donor USD 254,457 (CEB)
         Community Services
   Cash and In-Kind Assistance Programme (PIKAP)

   Community Services and Medical Support for
    Refugees and IDPs

   Educational/Community Services activities for
    Roma IDPs

   Dignified living conditions for Extremely
    Vulnerable Individual (EVI) elderly refugees and
    IDPs
                    PIKAP
   Beneficiaries: refugee and IDP families still
    accommodated in CCs planned for closure

   50 families (approx. 120 individuals)

   UNHCR Implementing Partner: INTERSOS

   Budget USD 262,645 (UNHCR Annual
    Budget)
    Community Services and Medical
     Support for Refugees and IDPs

   Beneficiaries: vulnerable refugees/IDPs
    throughout Serbia

   21,000 persons

   UNHCR Implementing Partner: DRC,
    Amity

   Budget USD 625,252 (UNHCR Annual
    Budget)
    Educational/Community Services
       activities for Roma IDPs
   Beneficiaries: local Roma and IDP children

   400 Roma

   Municipalities with high percentage of Roma
    population and Roma IDPs

   UNHCR Implementing Partner: Association for
    Protection of Mental Health in Children and
    Youth

   Budget USD 112,000 (UNHCR Annual Budget)
  SELF RELIANCE (Income
Generation/Vocational Training)

   Agricultural Inputs

   Vocational Training

   Enhancement of Self-Reliance through
    income generation grants and training
               Agricultural Inputs
   Beneficiaries: refugees and IDPs, with agricultural
    background, living in private accommodation in rural area
    (villages, city suburb areas)

   50 refugee, IDP and local vulnerable families (approximately
    275 individuals)

   Municipalities: Kula, Kikinda, Sabac, Smederevo, Velika
    Plana, Kraljevo, Prokuplje, Merosina

   UNHCR Implementing Partner: Vizija

   Budget USD 171,545 (UNHCR Annual Budget)
   Donor USD 113,737 (EU Regional IPA)
           Vocational Training

   Beneficiaries: refugees, IDPs, domicile population
    including Roma

   581 Vocational Trainings

   Belgrade area and Sumadija district

   UNHCR Implementing Partner: Microfins, MDF

   Budget USD 495,784 (UNHCR Annual Budget)
    Enhancement of Self-Reliance through
    income generation grants and training
   Beneficiaries: refugee/IDP families from
    CCs and PA throughout Serbia

   100 families (approx 450 individuals)

   UNHCR Implementing Partner: DRC

   Budget USD 201,163 (UNHCR Annual
    Budget)
                  RETURN
   Activities related to voluntary return to
    Kosovo

   Voluntary Repatriation to Croatia
    Activities related to voluntary return
                  to Kosovo
    Provision of transport
     50 IDPs

    Go and Inform Visits(125 IDPs), Go and See Visits (408 IDPs), Municipal
     Working Group Task Force meetings (336 IDPs), Strengthening of IDP
     Associations

    Information dissemination
     21,000 IDPs

    TV show


    UNHCR Implementing Partner: DRC, UNION, Red Cross of Serbia

    Budget USD 412,584 (UNHCR Annual Budget)
    Voluntary Repatriation to Croatia
   Provision of transportation
    175 refugees

   TV show in Vojvodina

   UNHCR Implementing Partner: Red Cross of
    Serbia, Vojvodina Fund

   Budget USD 76,470 (UNHCR Annual Budget)
   Donor USD 66,470 (EU Regional IPA)
         LEGAL ASSISTANCE
   Legal Counselling Network

   Beneficiaries: refugees and IDPs throughout
    Serbia

   7,000 refugees and IDPs

   UNHCR Implementing Partner: HCIT, Praxis,
    DRC

   Budget USD 426,140 (UNHCR Annual Budget)
              STALESSNESS
   Social Inclusion of and Access to Human Rights
    for Roma

   Beneficiaries: Roma in Serbia

   35,000-45,000 Roma

   Municipalities with high percentage of Roma
    population and Roma IDPs

   UNHCR Implementing Partner: Praxis
   Budget USD 642,523 (EU Regional ROMA
    CARDS)
                        Asylum
   Building of Asylum Structures in Serbia
   UNHCR continues to strictly monitor all phases of the
    asylum procedure and standard of treatment of asylum-
    seekers and refugees. UNHCR continues to provide
    experts and technical support to the Government aimed
    at developing the asylum institutions. Also, a joint
    UNHCR/Border Police monitoring system should be
    established in order to prevent instances of refoulement
    and access to asylum procedure to all asylum-seekers.


   UNHCR Implementing Partner: DRC – Asylum Protection
    Center

   Budget USD 164,000 (UNHCR Annual Budget)
          PROTRACTED REFUGEE SITUATION
    DURABLE SOLUTIONS ASSISTANCE FOR REFUGEES
                    IN SERBIA

    Return to Croatia

    Housing

    Self Reliance

    Legal Assistance

    Municipal Local Action Plans



    An estimated total of 5,000 refugees are expected to benefit directly from
     this project and an additional 20,000 people will benefit from the
     naturalization campaign and will take on citizenship of Serbia.

    Budget (for two years project) USD 15,000,000

				
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