Our Partners


President Ivo Josipović / Photo by: Office of the President

In Croatia, UNDP works in partnership with ministries, counties, and municipalities; state institutions, agencies and funds; civil society organizations; and private-sector partners. UNDP's main Government counterparts are the Ministry for Regional Development and EU Funds and the Ministry for Foreign and European Affairs, but project activities are conducted in partnership with many other ministries. 

Project activities are currently under way in partnership with the Office of the President and the following ministries:

Ministry of Agriculture
Ministry of Construction and Physical Planning
Ministry of Economy
Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs
Ministry of Environmental and Nature Protection
Ministry of Regional Development and EU Funds
Ministry of Health
Ministry of the Interior
Ministry of Justice
Ministry of Social Policy and Youth
Ministry of Veterans' Affairs

Project activities are currently under way in partnership with the following counties:

Bjelovar-Bilogora
Istria
Karlovac
Lika-Senj
Medjimurje
Sibenik-Knin  
Sisak-Moslavina
Zadar
Varaždin

Project activities are currently under way in partnership with the following cities and towns:

Barilović
Daruvar
Donji Lapac
Dvor
Glina
Gospic
Velika Gorica
Vukovar
Zadar

Project activities are currently under way in partnership with the following civil society organizations:

Association of Volunteers for Victim and Witness Support
“Ne boj se – Madara“
Status M
Sunčica
Women in the Homeland War Association
International Council for Local Environmental Initiatives

Project activities are currently under way in partnership with the following businesses:

Hrvatski Telekom

Project activities are currently under way thanks to support from the following donors:

Centro de Investigaciones Energéticas, Medioambientales y Tecnológicas - CIEMAT
European Parliament
Embassy of Australia
Embassy of Canada
Embassy of Switzerland
Kingdom of the Netherlands - MATRA
Open Society Foundations – Making the Most of EU Funds for Roma