The United Nations Country Team (UNCT) in Bosnia and Herzegovina is comprised of twelve UN Funds, Programmes and Specialized Agencies (FAO, ILO, UNDP, UNFPA, UNEP, UNESCO, UNHCR, UNICEF, UNODC, UNV, UN Women, WHO), the Bretton Woods Institutions (World Bank, IMF), ICTY and IOM. The work of the UNCT is being coordinated through the Office of the UN Resident Coordinator and framed within the One UN Programme for Bosnia and Herzegovina 2015-2019 representing the strategic programmatic and financial basis for the development partnership between the United Nations and the country.
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Feb 26, 2015
Educational institutions to be rehabilitated increasesto 109; communal infrastructure projects to 130
The number of educational institutions to be rehabilitated increased from 90 to 109 and communal infrastructure projects from 100 to 130 across the flood-affected areas.
ILO seeks consultants for data and legislation analysis for an overview of the informal economy in BiHFeb 25, 2015
The ILO is implementing a project which aims to contribute to the design and implementation of policies that, through the formalization of the economy, will improve the quality and productivity of jobs in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Within the project, the ILO seeks to recruit two external consultants to collect and analyse data and legislation for an overview of the informal economy in BiH.
Feb 25, 2015
Two mobile health clinics for maternal care were handed over to the Clinical Center in Tuzla and public health institution in Doboj.
New Projects Worth 6.5 million BAM for Rehabilitation of Landslides and New Houses for Families Who Lost Their Homes During the FloodsFeb 11, 2015
Resident Representative of the UNDP BiH Yuri Afanasiev and FBiH Prime Minister Nermin Nikšić signing the Memorandum and the Agreements
UNDP and the FBiH Government signed the Memorandum of Understanding, the Agreement on co-financing for the project of rehabilitation of landslides and of construction of houses.
Feb 11, 2015
Two Centres for healthy ageing aiming to improve the livelihood of elderly population affected by last year’s flooding in Modrica and Domaljevac Samac opened today.
Feb 25, 2015
Competition for the best short story on the occasion of International Women's Day 2015
Feb 25, 2015
Yuri Afanasiev, UN Resident Coordinator
Just as the economy in Europe and BiH showed a glimmer of optimism in the first quarter of 2014, came the floods.
Due to the high number of applications submitted for grants within ‘Dialogue for the Future’ project, the evaluation has been extended until end of February 2015. Awards will be officially announced in early March 2015.
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