12 Single-headed Refugee and IDP Families Supported Through Newly Constructed Housing Units in Kladovo

The Official Opening Ceremony was held on 19 May 2015 in Kladovo, announcing the opening of three larger-size prefabricated houses for the accommodation of 12 internally displaced and refugee families who have been living in the collective centre “Karatas“ for years.
 
The Project “European Union Support for Improving of the living Conditions of Forced Migrants” is funded by the Delegation of the European Union to the Republic of Serbia and implemented by Danish Refugee Council with the support of the Commissariat for Refugees and Migrations of the Republic of Serbia and Kladovo Municipality. 

In the following few months, one more prefabricated object comprising 4 housing units will be built for four more socially vulnerable domicile families.  This residential block of 16 housing units will become a home for the total of 12 families of refugees and internally displaced who have been living in the collective centre 'Karatas' for years and 4 most vulnerable domicile families from Kladovo. 

The approximate value of a prefabricated housing block with basic furnishing will be EUR180.000, funded by Delegation of the European Union to the Republic of Serbia. Kladovo Municipality has participated in the Project by donating the construction plot equipped with all necessary infrastructure, urban planning and technical documentation.