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  • Flood Recovery Programme: 15 million EUR for housing and economical strengthening of vulnerable families Jan 26, 2018

    With an aim to alleviate the effects of the catastrophic floods that hit Bosnia and Herzegovina (BIH) in 2014, the implementation of the second phase of the Flood Recovery Programme started. Programme, valued at 15 million euro, is funded by the European Union, in the amount of 12,5 million euro, in cooperation with the Government of Federation of BiH, Government of Republika Srpska, municipal and city authorities and United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) in BiH.

  • Vrbas Project: Improving flood intervention systems to reducing damage Jan 24, 2018

    In 13 municipalities of the Vrbas River Basin, a revision of flood intervention and staff training plans has been initiated with the aim of reducing damage and mitigating the negative impact of floods on the population and the economy of local communities.

  • LID Project: Maglaj-based manufacturer ships its first products to Germany Jan 23, 2018

    ADV PAX Lutec d.o.o. Maglaj, a 2017 greenfield investment supported by the European Union (EU) funded “Local Integrated Development” Project, makes its first delivery to the EU market. With 42 new jobs added to the economy, the company will work with renowned European and global buyers such as Nestle, Dr. Oetker, Dallmayr, Lambertz, Lindt, Heilemann Confiserie, Rausch, Bosch and Siemens.

  • ILD Project: "Buba-mara" nursery in Pale has been renovated Jan 22, 2018

    Within the project “Improvement of quality of services in Buba-mara nursery” the building was renovated, and facade, doors and windows were replaced. The project was supported under the Financing Mechanism for Local Development in Republika Srpska (RS), a joint initiative of the RS Ministry of Finance, RS Ministry for Administration and Local Self-Governance, the RS Investment and Development Bank and the Integrated Local Development Project (ILDP), a joint project of the Government of Switzerland and the United Nations Development Programme in BiH (UNDP BiH).

  • Final presentations of Startup Academy participants held in Sarajevo Jan 19, 2018

    Local Integrated Development (LIR) project, primarily funded by the European Union (EU) and implemented by the United Nations Development Program (UNDP), supported the development of entrepreneurial skills and new startup ideas in Bosnia and Herzegovina through StartUp Academy.

  • MIA project: Second meeting of the Working group on mercury held Dec 21, 2017

    UNDP within the MIA project, financed by the GEF, presented to the Working group members the revised final draft of Mercury Initial Assessment report.

  • ReLOaD: Increase of transparency for distribution of funds to civil society organizations in BiH Dec 19, 2017

    Twenty-one local self-governance units from BiH have expressed their will to ensure better citizens’ participation in decision making processes on local level, within the ReLOaD project.

  • MIA project: Presentation on harmful impacts of mercury for healthcare workers held Dec 13, 2017

    Within the MIA Project, the presentation for healthcare workers on negative impacts of mercury on human health, identification of vulnerable population groups, roles of healthcare workers in the application of preventive measures in usage of mercury-containing products was held in healthcare centre „Dr. Mustafa Sehovic“ Tuzla.

  • MEG project: Establishment of Local Economic Development Professionals’ Network Dec 13, 2017

    The inaugural meeting of Local Economic Development Professionals Network,established within MEG project, was held in Banja Luka.

  • Via Dinarica: step towards sustainable tourism development Dec 11, 2017

    "Via Dinarica is a unique project because it naturally connects people of the Balkans, tourists from all over the world with BiH, as well as people with nature"

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