UNDP Annual Report 2018
As one of the world’s largest multilateral development agencies, present in over 170 countries and territories, UNDP is on the frontlines of anticipating, understanding and acting on today’s opportunities and risks.
Apr 15, 2021
Social Impacts of COVID-19 in Bosnia and Herzegovina: Second Household Survey brings evidence on how the pandemic and containment measures affect lives and social dynamics, hoping to inform future responses within the social and economic realm. In the period from July to December 2020, two household surveys were conducted to measure perceptions concerning the social impact that COVID-19 has had on households in BiH, 5 and 10 months respectively after the outbreak of the pandemic. This report highlights the key findings identified through the second survey and compares the changes in perception to those of the first survey.
Feb 26, 2021
The COVID-19 pandemic was a test to cooperation and partnerships and showed, more starkly than ever, how we must respond collectively and in new, more flexible ways to complex and unprecedented global challenges. The past months have been challenging, revealing deficiencies that exposed the world to the pandemic and in some cases deepened the existing gaps. Yet the unity and solidarity demonstrated in response to the COVID-19 pandemic has shown that we can achieve so much when working together. Our work and the results achieved were made possible by the strong partnerships with international organisations and domestic institutions with a shared goal in mind: to save and protect the lives of all people in country.
Feb 5, 2021
During May 2020, “Strengthening the Role of Local Communities in BiH” Project conducted three surveys to rapidly assess the effects of the Coronavirus pandemic on partner LGs and MZs, and how local communities responded to the COVID-19 challenges. The overall goal of this assessment implemented through the MZ Project and financed by Sweden, was adaptation of MZ project’s interventions through existing activities considering the specific needs of local communities. Herewith we present the analysis of survey responses from 23 Local Governments, 128 Local Communities and 39 Civil Society Organizations.