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MEG project: Better water supply in 18 cities and municipalities by reduction of Non-Revenue Water

MEG Project, provides technical assistance and necessary equipment to water utility companies in 18 cities and municipalities, aiming to enable better water supply to citizens by reduction of…  


Inter-municipal cooperation – the key for integrated local development

How Integrated Local Development Project (ILDP) assists in the enhancing of cooperation among cities and municipalities in Bosnia and Herzegovina?  


Social inclusion– the key to better quality of life in BiH

How Integrated Local Development Project assists in the social inclusion of people with disabilities and the elderly in Bosnia and Herzegovina?  


School break at N-TIM Academy: How science, technology, engineering and mathematics can be fun for kids?

Why children like to spend their school breaks in school? How N-TIM (STEM) skills can keep the door ajar for technical studies and a better job opportunities in BiH?How to provide a free-of-charge…  


Wickerwork in Posavina – return to tradition and homemade business

To start successful business in your own home, has been a dream of many who wish to become entrepreneur or simply to be self-employed. That dream has become a reality for those who participated in the…  


Occupational Safety First

UNDP supported forestry in certification of about 300 employees with the Kupres Forestry Company, trainings have been organised in first aid, occupational safety in forestry, and the risk of mines and…  


Profiting in Dairy by Joining Hands

Five returnee families in Drvar decided to jointly seize the market considering the milk could provide them a safe income.  


Kupres Cheese Seizes Local Market

Agro-trade cooperative “BH Milch” through UN TFHS boosted production of the unique “Kupres cheese”.  


Old Age is a Golden Age

85-year-old Perka Zorić lives in the village of Verići, in the area of the City of Banja Luka, sustaining herself in a shabby home by a small pension and no assistance. Although in very poor health…  


Bosnia and Herzegovina: A brighter future for children... and their nannies

With an unemployment rate of nearly 45 percent, finding a job for many in Bosnia and Herzegovina can seem like a mission impossible. This has particularly been the case for women, many of whom have…  

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