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Under the framework of the “Building and Consolidating National Capacities for Conflict Prevention” project, funded by the EU and implemented by UNDP in Bosnia and Herzegovina, a Call for Proposals was opened in December 2016. The Call was published for online small-scale media outlets, providers and individuals (including bloggers and individuals who are active on social media) to submit proposals for small grants awarding. The Call was closed 30 January 2017.
Within the of scope of "Local Integrated Development" Project, public call was announced for the support for new investments in Bosnia and Herzegovina in 2017.
The success of local communities depends on the activism and commitment of citizens in the realization of the needs for the development of local communities, which is the basis for creating changes in local government from a lower to a higher level of government – that was the conclusion of all 170 participants of today’s meeting, that took place in Sarajevo in the framework of the project "Strengthening the Role of Local Communities in Bosnia and Herzegovina ", on the occasion of the exchange of experiences and best practices from the study visits to the Republic of Croatia, the Republic of Serbia and the Kingdom of Sweden.
More than 125 local communities in 23 partner local governments will now be able to provide quality and efficient services to citizens, thanks to a package of IT equipment worth about BAM 300,000.
The Project, implemented by the Centre for prevention and outpatient drug dependency treatment Mostar, non-governmental organizations in HNC and UNDP, is the continuation of a successful 10 year-long Program, funded by the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria, which ended last year.
Within the of scope of "Local Integrated Development" Project public call was announced for the support for establishment and expansion of soybean production.
UNDP Energy and Environment Sector on Monday, 13 February presented a draft project document "Catalyzing Environmental Finance for Low-carbon Urban Development" supported by the Global Environment Facility (GEF).
Improvement of tourist accommodation infrastructure, offers and services along white and green trails of Via Dinarica in Bosnia and Herzegovina
Eight regional working meetings were held throughout Bosnia and Herzegovina within the project "Strengthening the Role of Local Communities (MZ) in BiH" from August to December 2016. At the meetings in Sarajevo, Tuzla, Banja Luka, Mostar, Bihać, Brčko, Bijeljina and Trebinje participants worked on defining the vision of the local community through productive discussions, which is the vision that will be used as a model for the future of BiH local governments.
The conference on “Strengthening of local governance and service delivery in Bosnia and Herzegovina: reflections on key achievements and the way forward", presented key approaches and good practice in community development and delivery of public services and their contribution to a better quality of life of citizens in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
To start successful business in your own home, has been a dream of many who wish to become entrepreneur or simply to be self-employed. That dream has become a reality for those who participated in the project “Self-employment through wickerwork” in Posavina.
Within the scope of Project „Local Integrated Development“ (LID), which is primary funded by the EU and implemented by the UNDP BiH, projects for public works (total value of 380,000.00 BAM) were selected in five local governments, which will enable the employment of 158 socially vulnerable persons in 2017.
At Wilson Promenade in Sarajevo UNDP has held the first in a series of 5 events for citizens, commemorating a half-century since its founding and 20 years of its operations in BiH.
The report focuses on recent flood disasters that struck Bosnia and Herzegovina, Albania, Croatia, the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Serbia, and Kosovo*.
Thanks to the donation of milk cooling tanks through the UN TFHS agro-trade cooperative "BH Milch" boosted production of the unique “Kupres cheese”, while the purchase of milk was guaranteed to the farmers enabling them regular income.