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REINTEGRATION II – Further support for sustainable (re)integration of returnees in Serbia

Project duration: July 2022 – April 2025

Project budget: EUR 2,222,222.00

Project objective: Contribute to the sustainable (re)integration of returnees and the local socially vulnerable population in central and southern Serbia

Support measures:

  • economic empowerment programs
  • psycho-social support
  • institutional support

Target groups of the project:

Returnees, Roma, local socially vulnerable population, local citizens’ associations, Roma associations and others, institutional sector (CSW, NES, municipal structures, relevant ministries), local community.

Expected results of the project:

  • 400 beneficiaries will improve their competences for starting a business through business training
  • 90 beneficiaries will improve their work competencies through training for specific occupations
  • 90 beneficiaries supported in starting their own business through the allocation of machines and tools
  • 120 beneficiaries employed in local companies that will be supported through the allocation of subsidies
  • 2,000 beneficiaries supported through active inclusion measures and empowered in the realization of guaranteed rights, access to social services, health care, education system and more
  • 30 representatives of civil society, 15 representatives of the institutional sector and 15 representatives of the business sector supported in improving the capacity for the inclusion of vulnerable social groups through trainings, meetings and study programs
  • 2 newly opened good-neighbor clubs and supported the work of good-neighbor clubs from the previous phase of the project
  • 5 initiatives for in local communities supported in development and implementation
  • 20,000 citizens informed about the consequences and challenges of illegal migration

The project lead partner is ASB Serbia (Arbeiter-Samariter-Bund), the implementing partner is IDC and the beneficiary districts of the project are Pirot, Rasina and Raska districts. The project was financed by the funds of the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development BMZ.