Social Inclusion

Social exclusion in Montenegro predominantly affects vulnerable groups such as: poor and deprived, the long term unemployed, elderly, low-income pensioners, persons with disabilities, refugees and internally displaced persons, HIV/AIDS affected, Roma and Egyptian minorities, etc. Combating poverty and social exclusion takes more effective and adequate targeting of health, employment and social services.

Our Goals

Advancing social inclusion through improved institutional responsiveness and servicing for the most vulnerable, for all men and women to enjoy the quality life and reach their full potential. Our goal is to help Montenegro overcome poverty, social exclusion and gender inequality, thus accelerating the country’s EU integration agenda. more

Equal opportunities for all

Our goal is to help Montenegro overcome poverty, social exclusion and gender inequality, thus accelerating the country’s EU integration agenda.More

Our Stories

Photo credits: NGO Juventas

Do children of street sex workers in Montenegro know about Santa?

Montenegro is not an open or easy place for sex workers. Their way of earning for a living is still penalized and often they are victimsmore 

Mr. Milovan Peković (92) lives alone in a remote village in the Šavnik Municipality; Photo: UNDP in Montenegro/ Mediabox - Miloš Vujović

Towards social inclusion in Šavnik: Montenegro’s forgotten region

The number of old, lonely and ill people unable to meet their own basic needs continues to grow in rural areas of Montenegro, some of whichmore 

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Projects and Initiatives

  • The project aims to support the process of providing services and durable solutions to the most vulnerable and marginalized groups in the country – people with disabilities, the elderly, the underprivileged, families at risk, etc. – both through nation-wide and local (municipal) level initiatives. more 

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