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COVID-19 pandemic

UNDP is working with its partners to combat the spread of the disease and to support the most affected countries where health systems are weakest and…

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Civil society organizations – community drivers during the pandemic

COVID-19 pandemic affected all parts of the society – from restrictions of movement to online education, children, parents, youth and elderly all faced with a situation when staying at home is the…  



European Union's project EU4Business alleviates negative effect of COVID-19 on agri-food sector in BiH: PUBLIC CALL WORTH BAM 1.8 MILLION LAUNCHED

European Union's project EU4Business launched public call for potential grant beneficiaries in order to alleviate negative effects of COVID-19 unto the agri-food sector in Bosnia and Herzegovina.  


Mjesne Zajednice Phase Two Project: Improving the quality of life of BiH citizens by strengthening local communities

Phase Two of the project Strengthening the Role of Local Communities/Mjesne Zajednice (MZs) in Bosnia and Herzegovina has been launched officially with a sign-off on co-financing agreement by…  


The Economic Pulse of Bosnia and Herzegovina - Data is the foundation of decision-making and raw material for accountability

To promote an informed policymaking the UNDP Country Office in Bosnia and Herzegovina has engaged in creating a web-based open data dashboard named “Economic Pulse of Bosnia and Herzegovina”  


Results - Call for Proposals Joint Regional Program “Dialogue for the Future“

The evaluation process resulted in a total of 19 cross-border projects that will be awarded grants  


For competitive and innovative local economy: EUR 4.7 MILLION OF THE EU SUPPORT TO ENTREPRENEURS, TOURISM AND AGRI-FOOD SECTORS IN BiH

EU4Business project announced today the commencement of 34 development projects worth EUR 4.7 million to assist tourism, agri-food and rural development sectors and foster entrepreneurship in Bosnia…  


With Sweden’s support four faculties are opening new avenues for enhancing student learning

Four 3D printers and one scanner, funded by the Sweden and procured by the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) in BiH, were delivered to the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering Sarajevo today  



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