Representatives of the EU Delegation in Serbia and the Joint Technical Secretariat to support programs of cross-border cooperation between Serbia and Montenegro, on Thursday, February 9, visited members of the project team in Cajetina, which is implementing the project Support to inclusive education and training for the everyday life of children and young people with disabilities, funded by the European Union.
In Serbia, the project under the slogan Education Without Borders, is implemented by primary school "Dimitrije Tucović" in cooperation with the Association of citizens Zlatibor Circle from Čajetina and the Special School "Miodrag V. Matic" from Užice. In Montenegro, project is implemented by "Day center for children and youth with special needs and disabilities Pljevlja", in cooperation with the Centre for children and youth with disabilities from Berane, secondary school "Tanasije Pejatović" from Pljevlja and the Association of Parents of Children with Disabilities "Ray of hope".
The representative of the EU Delegation, George Papagiannis and Zivko Kolašinac, in front of the Joint Technical Secretariat, were introduced to the activities implemented so far in the project.
According to Vasiljevic Milke, the school principal and project manager in Serbia, all the planned activities for the first four months of the project were successfully implemented. The guests were presented the current effects of the project activities and media promotion in the local community and beyond.
The guests were presented the activities planned for the next period, and project team members expressed their belief that the continuation of the project will take place successfully.