Extended Yazidis (ethno-religious Kurdish group) family of 19 members, including 12 children aged 2-16, left Iraq roughly 12 months ago – but they could not all leave at the same time due to safety concern. It took them 3 months to organize a reunion in Istanbul, so that they could continue their journey together.
Hatem Abdul Kerim had been travelling alone from Iraq to Greece, where he met and befriended Ali Al Abdul, Muhamed Al Muhamer and Amir Muhamed (age only 17) from Syria. After spending more than two months in Greece’s camp in Idomeni, four young men decided to try to reach Serbia on foot.
A visit to the City Museum of Novi Sad and Petrovaradin fortress was organized for the children from Roma beneficiary families involved in the project “Strengthening initiatives for active social inclusion of Roma families from the temporary settlements of Belgrade in other local communities in Serbia”.
Morning, nine o’ clock. Backo Gradiste is shining after last night's rain, washed and ready for the event "Pancake fest." The tables are set up, the pancake mixture is under the preparation, as well as spreads.
29 Jan 2015 - Ub: Within the European Union program supporting recovery of floods affected areas in Serbia, DRC together with Eneca delivered to brother Tauz, small enterpreneurs from Ub Municipality, a compressor for driving source for pneumatic tools, a grinder and a set of various tools.
Milica Ilic, 81 year old woman lived in 12, Milovana Glisica Street in Paracin with her husband who died in 2005. Since they did not have children of their own, the couple offered shelter and cordially accepted the internally displaced family Pavlovic coming from Pec, Kosovo in 1999. The four-member IDP family Pavlovic family (parents and two children) took a good care of the elderly Milica feeling safe in their new home in Paracin suburb.
In the dramatic floods wave hitting majority of areas in Serbia, Paracin Municipality was among the most affected ones with the largest damage inflicted to 2,890 objects.
Jelena Markovic left Vitina/Viti during 1999, together with her parents. They came to live in Vranje where she met her husband Nenad who was also an internally displaced person. In Vranje, the family got enlarged with two members - sons Nikola and Danijel. This four-member family lived in a rented flat, receiving social benefits and using Nenad's seasonal earnings.
Three-member family Cako used to live in the village Brod near Dragas/Dragash which they left in 1999. Once displaced, the family found a temporary accommodation in Kaludjerica near Belgrade.
After 1999, the family of Radan Dzolic from village Tucep near Istok, found temporary accommodation in Jagodina, where they lived until 2011. Unfortunately, while in displacement Radan's wife died, so he had to take care about a fifteen year old son Miroslav and thirteen year old daughter Milica alone.
Miljana Nerandzic and her husband left Pristina/Prishtine in 1999 and settled in Belgrade, upon which they lived for some time in Simanovci and Novi Sad.
Marinko and his wife are looking forward to moving into their prefabricated house, funded by IPA 2011 project and built by Danish Refugee Council in coopertion with Comessariat for Refugees and Migrations of the Republic of Serbia.
Mile and his family fled from a remote village Bestrma, near Petrinja municipality in Croatia and immediately came to Cacak municipality.
Andrija and his family fled from Suvi Do, Lipljan, Kosovo in 1999 and after many years the family could not find the prospects of returning into the place of origin.