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“There’s no such thing as ‘women’s jobs’ or ‘men’s jobs’ - if your work does others good then it’s something you should be proud of.”

In 2019, it is expected that nearly 500 people from 48 municipalities will gain valuable working experience while providing a wide array of social services to nearly 5,000 children, women and men and…  


Roza’s story: The importance of being empowered

After several decades spent at the Banja Bansko Rehabilitation Centre, Roza Mojsovka, a 53 years old lady born in Skopje, now starts an independent life. Together with several other persons who were…  


Healthcare on wheels in Resen- Leaving no one behind

The mobile healthcare project was first piloted as part of the Community Works Programme by UNDP and the Government in the Municipality of Kochani.  




Country’s first EU-standard landfill ready for operation in Gevgelija

The landfill project was part of a broader USD 2.2 million effort by UNDP to support the municipalities most affected by the refugee crisis of 2015-2016. Among the other initiatives funded by Japan…  


30 municipalities to receive over EUR 1 million in small grants through EU-funded program

During the event, UNDP announced that the 30 municipalities currently facing the most difficult development challenges will receive a total of EUR 1,050,000 million in small grants. With UNDP support,…  


Opening remarks by UNDP Resident Representative Narine Sahakyan at the Promotion of the National Operation Plan for Employment 2019

Complex employment issues require complex and integrated solutions. Tackling them remains the number one priority for UNDP in supporting the country’s development.  


Remarks by UN Resident Coordinator Louisa Vinton, UN Day 2018

Our efforts can address only a fraction of the challenges the country faces, whether in creating good jobs, building strong institutions, protecting the environment or ensuring equal rights for all…  


Remarks by UN Resident Coordinator at the Opening of Country’s First Sexual Assault Center in the Kumanovo Hospotal

This center here in Kumanovo, and two others that we are opening now in Tetovo and Skopje, have been established jointly by UNDP and UNFPA as part of a USD 400,000 initiative.  

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