• Feb 21, 2011

    Consumers of food as its end users have the right to know that the food they eat is approved and safe. Foodborne illnesses are very dangerous and can affect not only the consumers but the entire food industry, tourism and catering industry, in addition to adverse effects on the volume of production of primary producers which are ultimately reflected on the revenues and the overall economy of a country. It is therefore important to focus on educating the primary producers about the reasons for and ways to produce safe and quality food.

  • Wool Feasibility Study
    Jan 10, 2011

    The purpose of the feasibility study is to assess conditions and market opportunities which could be utilized through better linkage between the sheep-farmers and producers, and to outline key items and success factors which will have to be considered as part of the overall project.

  • Jan 27, 2014

    With the enactment of the Law on Protection of Witnesses under Threat and Vulnerable Witnesses a framework was established to provide certain protections to victims/witnesses in criminal cases. This act in addition to various protective measures provides for support to be given to witnesses, when required. Additionally, in 2004 the Law on Witness Protection Program in Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH) was enacted.

  • Feb 24, 2012

    The Study on Small Arms and Light Weapons was commissioned by the UNDP BiH and developed by the Centre or Security Studies (CSS) BiH over the period June to September 2010.

  • Second National Communication of Bosnia and Herzegovina Under the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change
    Nov 8, 2013

    The Second National Communication (SNC) of Bosnia and Herzegovina under the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) has been adopted by the BiH Council of Ministers and entity governments and submitted to the UNFCCC Secretariat in Bonn. United Nations Development Programme with GEF financial support and in partnership with the UNFCCC focal point for Bosnia and Herzegovina, RS Ministry for Spatial Planning, Civil Engineering and Ecology successfully completed the BiH Second National Communications on Climate Changes.

  • Climate Change Adaptation and Low Emission Development Strategy for BiH
    Jan 9, 2014

    Bosnia and Herzegovina has taken significant steps to tackle the issue of climate change both on the domestic and international level. In Bosnia and Herzegovina climate change is gradually more considered to be a matter of crucial strategic importance, particularly by local authorities and the academic community.

  • Jul 21, 2014

    Guidelines for the management and maintenance of thermal systems in public buildings, with focus on boilers using biomass, are aiming to raise public awareness and familiar people that directly or indirectly operate and maintain these systems with practical information and advice for proper, safe and efficient operation of the system.

  • Dec 12, 2014

    The objective of this study is to analyze indicators of available quantities of wood biomass...

  • Analysis of the Benefits of Wood Biomass Fuel Switch Projects Implemented by UNDP in BiH
    Oct 14, 2016

    Bosnia and Herzegovina has rich forest resources, both from the aspect of distribution and biodiversity, with a significant share of its territory covered by forests. BiH has the highest forest share as well as the highest level of diversity in terms of forest types among the countries of the Western Balkans.2 Forest resources are the basis of the local economy in many rural communities and often form the only source of income.

  • Green Jobs - Analysing the Employment Impact of Energy Efficiency Measures in BiH
    Dec 15, 2016

    The term “green jobs” denotes employment opportunities in areas related to environmental protection. “Green jobs” are particularly suited to the construction sector as the usual structure of energy consumption is such that buildings consume the most energy, and as such are subject to energy performance improvements. Improving the energy performance of buildings and implementation of relevant measures delivers a range of benefits, job creation being one of the most important ones.