Serbia

Serbia
Europe & Central Asia
In Serbia, approximately 322,000 people live in urban or rural settlements that are prone to flooding.  Floods occur most frequently in the Vojvodina region. Drought became increasingly frequent in the last two decades and is most prevalent in the eastern part of the country. Wildfires are frequent and widespread in Serbia during the summer season. Serbia also registers frequent and strong seismic activity. As in the rest of the Western Balkans, climate change is expected to amplify exposure to floods and droughts.
In 2015, following devastating  floods, the Government mobilized the CADRI Partnership to facilitate a government-led assessment of the disaster risk management system. As a result the Government validated an Action Plan for the implementation of the National DRM Programme (2016-2020).


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    Serbia - National Plan 2016-2020

    15 Dec 2016
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    Serbia - National Plan 2016-2020

    15 Dec 2015
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    Serbia - Country Story

    15 May 2011
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    Serbia - Capacity Diagnosis Report

    15 May 2011