In May 2014, Serbia was affected by heavy rainfall causing severe floods in many municipalities. Having in mind that municipality of Obrenovac was most affected by May 2014 floods, EU programme for flood relief focused mainly on this municipality allocating around EUR 4.500.000 for reconstruction and construction works on private houses and help to micro and small enterprises as well as agriculture households.
The EU support in reconstruction of individual housing objects to Obrenovac is realised by Arbeiter Samriter Bund (ASB), Danish Refugee Council (DRC) and Hilfe zur Selbsthilfe (HELP) through delivery and installation of construction material which will help the beneficiary families to restore their homes from the damages of floods.
On 19th of February ASB commenced the rehabilitation works on 167 individual housing objects in Obrenovac. The average grant amount will be 3,500 EUR per house and the works will be completed in 120 days in this first set of 354 households. Arbeiter Samriter Bund (ASB), Danish Refugee Council (DRC) and Hilfe zur Selbsthilfe (HELP) project information.
By the end of the Programme implementation:
ASB, DRC and HELP are implementing projects in 20 municipalities in Serbia in the total value of EUR 9.700.000 under the EU assistance for flood relief programme.
The three non-governmental organizations are covering the following municipalities most affected by the May 2014 floods: Obrenovac, Kraljevo, Lazarevac, Svilajnac, Valjevo, Šid, Ljubovija, Mali Zvornik, Osecina, Bajina Basta, Loznica, Sabac, Paraćin, Jagodina, Smederevska Palanka, Ub, Negotin, Madjanbek, Kladovo.
Planned Project outputs
ASB is a German aid and welfare organisation, engaged in areas such as civil protection, rescue services and social welfare services. As a non-political organisation, ASB has, since its foundation in 1888, provided rapid and direct help to all those in need of our support.
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