Danube+ presents: Digital Reverse Osmosis System and monitoring water quality

Author: Milos Klaric, SerbiaIf you’re considering water quality and you want to monitor water quality and looking for a waterfilter that will provide fresh, great-tasting drinking water for your home or business, digital reverse osmosis system (DROS) water filtration is one of the most popular and cost-effective water filtration methods Continue Reading →

Digital Europe

Our new partnership! The Digital Europe Foundation was established to support activities in the field of education and to create favourable conditions for the development of the labour market, entrepreneurship and innovation. In order for the implementation of the assumed goals to be possible, we actively act in the following Continue Reading →

The Best in Serbia

Good News! We in the MEC are all proud and happy! Now for the news you’ve been waiting for, after much deliberation, I am delighted to inform you that Media Education Centre has been successful and named: Best Youth & Adults Media Communication NPO – Serbia

Our Partner: CenORT

Striving for the implementation of the international standards is very important for the application of the sustainable tourism development concept. International organisations, like the ECEAT and the EuroGites, have a special role in this process. Representing the non-governmental sector, these organisations as the associations of the national organisations have an Continue Reading →


Medical deserts are isolated or depopulated areas with such significant falling numbers of medical practitioners and overall health workforce shortages that they hamper health worker availability and exacerbate health inequalities in the population, especially among vulnerable groups. Our goal is to achieve better access to health services, especially in underserved areas, and Continue Reading →

Medical Deserts

“Medical deserts imply the inability of a given population (and/or a population group) to access health services, or the state of isolation when it comes to receiving health services, based on three categories of quantitative and qualitative barriers (‘dimensions’), which are interrelated and dependent on each other, in varying degrees and modalities.” Continue Reading →