The Government of the Republic of Serbia has conducted a post-disaster needs assessment after the floods and landslides that occurred at the end of May 2014. The European Union, the United Nations and the World Bank – on the basis of an inter-agency agreement subscribed in 2008 – provided financial and expert support to conduct the assessment. The assessment enabled to estimate disaster effects – damages and losses – and impacts as well as the financial requirements to undertake recovery and reconstruction. More than 14 sectors of social and economic activity and cross-cutting issues were analysed during the assessment. The process of assessment was initiated on 9 June and was completed by July 10, 2014, thus lasting a total of 5 weeks.