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28 families in the Alzirac settlement in Samac returned home thanks to the support from the EU Floods Recovery Programme Feb 2, 2015 Thanks to the EU Floods Recovery Programme, 28 housing units in the Alžirac settlement have now been rehabilitated, enabling the families to return home. The EU's support has assisted the families in normalising their living conditions, as provisionally the families were scattered around the Šamac region, living with relatives, friends or in various alternative accommodation facilities set up by the municipal authorities. Bosnia and Herzegovina - #1 at “lending a leg” to ban landmines Dec 4, 2013 Bosnia and Herzegovina chooses life without weapons Mar 16, 2014 Dubica is a small city on the border between Bosnia and Herzegovina and Croatia. In the past six months, this seemingly peaceful municipality was shaken by several serious and violent incidents committed with illegal weapons.
EU launches post-flood housing rehabilitation in the Alžirac settlement in Šamac Dec 22, 2014 The rehabilitation works on 28 priority dwellings in the Šamac neighbourhood of Alžirac have been launched this week as part of the European Union Floods Recovery Programme. These EU-funded rehabilitation works mark the beginning of housing repair works in this neighbourhood. EU's post-floods emergency housing rehabilitation delivers results in Banja Luka Dec 12, 2014 EUFOR and BiH Armed Forces launch post-flood reconstruction of the Jasenica Bridge in Zvornik Dec 22, 2014 Since August 2014, the Armed Forces of BiH have been actively involved in the rehabilitation of roads damaged by floodwaters and landslides and reconstruction of destroyed bridges. Project explode: Disarmament for a safer Bosnia and Herzegovina Jul 25, 2013 There are over 17,000 tons of surplus ammunition in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Because they’re chemically unstable, they pose a constant threat to the security of people and the environment. When the sum is greater than the parts: working together for a safer Bosnia and Herzegovina Dec 4, 2013