• Rural Development in Bosnia and Herzegovina: Myth and Reality - 2013
    Oct 3, 2013

    Prism Research – a market, media and social research agency – for the purpose of examination of rural development in Bosnia and Herzegovina (B&H) within NHDR 2012 report, conducted a quantitative survey research by gathering data about various topics linked with rural life in rural areas of B&H.

  • Oct 3, 2013

    The report delves into the positive and negative effects of social capital for broader processes of democratisation and social cohesion. The research examines membership of clubs, societies, organisations and associations in BiH, or ‘associational life.’ On the positive side, civil society is observed as providing the basis for more bridging and diverse social ties and, as such, is more inclusive. Strengthening associational life in BiH would help to overcome some of the more significant social cleavages.

  • Oct 3, 2013

    This is the sixth National Human Development Report produced for Bosnia and Herzegovina, examining a topical human development issue. This year the report analyses the different facets and causes of social exclusion in BiH and provides recommendations for promoting social inclusion. The concept of social inclusion, which is at the heart of EU social policy-making, is very much congruent with both the human development and the human rights-based approaches to socio-economic development. These approaches draw upon economic and social rights analyses and take into account all entitlements relevant for enlarging the choices of individuals to live a decent and meaningful life. In addition, they share a common concern about equity, non-discrimination and inclusive participation.

  • Water for Life - Fundamentals of Inegrated Water Resources Management
    Sep 24, 2013

    Water has always been a symbol of life to human beings. Water is a part of us and there is no human who can survive without it. A man can survive without water for around 8 days only, while it is considered that, without food, a man can sur-vive surpassingly longer, up to 40 days.

  • Jul 19, 2013

    Tuberculosis (TB), along with HIV/AIDS, is the most important infectious disease. According to the World Health Organisation, 8.8 million persons suffer from TB and 1.4 million deceased from TB in 2010. More than 95% of all deaths caused by TB occurred in low- and middle-income countries. Though very slowly, estimated number of TB patients has been decreasing: TB incidence rates showed a descending trend after 2002, as did the absolute number of TB patients after 2006.

  • Jul 18, 2013

    Advice for People with Tuberculosis, is a quick reference guide for patients. It is based on the popular tips that originally appeared in the first edition of "The Tuberculosis Survival Handbook". This short booklet is full of practical advice, suggestions, guidance, and information in an easy to read format for TB patients.

  • Jul 18, 2013

    Although the large majority of tuberculosis cases worldwide are drug susceptible, multidrug-resistant tuberculosis (MDR TB) presents an emerging threat to global tuberculosis control. Strains of MDR TB are, by definition, those resistant to the two most potent antituberculosis medications, isoniazid and rifampin. The loss of susceptibility to isoniazid and rifampin makes such strains of tuberculosis more difficult to treat.

  • Jun 28, 2013

    Environment is a complex natural and social term for the area of the Earth, which was shaped by complex and substantially fulfilled by complex natural and social processes. The environment constitutes of natural environment, soil, air, water, biosphere and built (artificial) environment that has emerged as a result of human activities.

  • Mar 14, 2013

    Judicial and prosecutorial system promotes and protects democratic values, peace, security and human rights. Unfortunately, a substantial number of users of judicial and prosecutorial services do not have sufficient information on what going to court entails, information about legal procedures, or who to contact in relation to a specific case. We understand that this lack of information can cause anxiety over visiting these institutions or in facing the situations which you do not think can be resolved without recourse to courts/prosecutorial services.

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