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EU and UNDP help Belarusians who lost jobs due to pandemic become eco-farmers

At the end of 2019, a support center for agro-ecological enterprises was set up in Berezovsky District in Brest Oblast. This initiative by the Vysokovskiy Ecological and Ethnographic Center has helped…  


Cooperation as a Lifeline for Small and Medium-Sized Business

How can I raise additional finance and find new employees? How can I reduce the costs of equipment and raw materials, enter new markets and find customers? Any entrepreneur asks these questions while…  


A new agriculture center helps the local community in the Biaroza District of Belarus turn to farming amid COVID-19

UNDP together with the EU, Ministry of Economy, Biaroza district authorities and social and cultural institution "Vysokovsky Ecological and Ethnographic Center" to start new agriculture center to…  


Can agriculture provide people with disabilities with employment opportunities amid crises like COVID-19?

Equipped with solid labor skills in agriculture the young people with learning disabilities can found employment in agriculture, get a meaningful job and a stable source of income even amid the crises…  


34 year after Chernobyl the affected communities work for the revival of the milk farming.

34 years later the Simonavy sisters became a part of the communal efforts to eliminate stigma and to revive the local milk and dairy products farming.  


On thier path to recovery the Chernobyl affected communities work for the revival of milk farming.

34 years later the Simonavy sisters became a part of the communal efforts to eliminate stigma and to revive the local milk and dairy products farming.  


Chernobyl: from recovery to development

UNDP is looking for new ways of partnership with the Chernobyl-affected districts of Belarus.  


Chernobyl: from recovery to development

UNDP is looking for new ways of partnership with the Chernobyl-affected districts of Belarus.  


Chernobyl: from recovery to development

UNDP is looking for new ways of partnership with the Chernobyl-affected districts of Belarus.  


The EU and UNDP expand support to small business development in Belarus

This 8-million Euro project is one of the largest ever initiatives of this kind implemented in Belarus and it will substantially contribute to SMEs becoming the engine of the Belarusian economy in the…  

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