Results achieved within the EU Floods Recovery Programme and UN Floods Recovery Programme "Danas za nas" by 31st December 2014
1,238 unemployed persons were supported through Cash for Work programme in 11 municipalities.
12,674 most vulnerable families were supported with the provision of livestock feed and greenhouses for vegetables and fruit.
56 small and medium enterprises were supported that directly sustain 1,860 jobs.
15 water and sanitation systems were rehabilitated.
21 bridges and 11 roads were repaired.
Rehabilitation of the central heating system in Doboj was performed on time and made ready for the new heating season benefiting 40,000 citizens and over 100 local businesses and public buildings.
32 landslides that affect households and public infrastructure were rehabilitated.
Close to a 1,000 homes of most socially and economically vulnerable people were rehabilitated including 150 homes of people living in collective centers enabling return to their homes.
88 public buildings (educational institutions, healthcare centers, municipal administration buildings, centers for social welfare, youth culture centers) are rehabilitated. As part of build back better concept, most of these buildings are now energy efficient and will save up to 30% in heating bills.
17 health centers are provided with necessary medical equipment and for some provision of medical vehicles including mobile health units, ambulance vehicle and vehicles for transportation of patients to dialysis.
All rehabilitated educational institutions received needed furniture and equipment and playgrounds of 10 of them were adequately equipped.
Planned for 2015
1,027 most vulnerable agricultural producers will be supported during the course of the next year and 700 of them will be integrated into value chains in the agricultural sector.
15 water and sanitation systems, 26 bridges and 38 roads are planned to be rehabilitated.
Public sanitation services in the 10 most affected local governments will be restored.
Flood defense measures will be provided to 5 priority localities along the flood-causing rivers and their tributaries.
41 public buildings will be rehabilitated.
Additional medical equipment for 4 health centers for complete refurbishment will be purchased.
3,000 homes will be rehabilitated by May 2015 and one village with 20 pre-fabricated houses will be rebuilt.
Comprehensive Floods and Landslides Housing Risk Assessment will be conducted.