EU Floods Recovery Programme
On 15 August the European Union launched the EU Floods Recovery Programme for Bosnia and Herzegovina worth 43.52 million EUR, out of which the EU’s contribution is 42.24 million EUR, while UNDP participates with 1.28 million EUR.
The Programme consists of different components all of which aim to assist with the normalization of peoples' lives in flood-affected areas and communities in 24 most-affected municipalities. The activities focus on the immediate restoration of vital public sector infrastructure and reinstatement of key public services, the emergency reconstruction of private dwellings for the most vulnerable and marginalized people, the revitalization of local economy and agriculture production and rehabilitation of communal infrastructure in selected municipalities. IN-depth
28 families in the Alzirac settlement in Samac returned home thanks to the support from the EU Floods Recovery Programme
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.more
The engineering battalion of the Armed Forces of Bosnia and Herzegovina and the Mobile Training Team of EUFOR's Hungarian Contingent launched today the post-flood reconstruction ofmore
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 Recoverymore
Rehabilitation works on 45 priority housing units have been completed in Banja Luka as part of the EU Floods Recovery Programme, with works on an additionalmore