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Eight Families received Keys of their New Homes

June 7, 2019 4:00 PM
Eight Families received Keys of their New Homes

By receiving keys today, eight internally displaced and returnee families in Brčko District solved their housing issue and will move into newly constructed building, built under the Country Housing Project, aa part of Regional Housing Program (RHP) in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Including this building in Brčko, so far, a total […]

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Significant Increase in Migrants Arrivals to BiH in April

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Significant Increase in Migrants Arrivals to BiH in April

The authorities in Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH) detected the arrival of 30,268 refugees and migrants to the country between 1 January 2018 and 30 April 2019. Monthly arrivals in 2019 continue to exceed those in 2018, with 2,631 detected arrivals in April 2019 compared to 1,801 in April 2018. There […]

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Two Trucks of Humanitarian Aid sent from BiH to Syria

May 23, 2019 11:00 AM
Two Trucks of Humanitarian Aid sent from BiH to Syria

The humanitarian organization MFS-EMMAUS has sent two trucks with humanitarian aid to Syrian refugees. After the convoy of 600 tons of humanitarian aid, which MFS-EMMAUS delivered in Syria on April 17th this year, MFS-EMMAUS has delivered 48 tons of food items sent today. Given that there are about four million […]

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Tomas Bocek: Authorities should better coordinate Assistance to Migrants

April 25, 2019 10:00 AM
Tomas Bocek: Authorities should better coordinate Assistance to Migrants

Commending Bosnia and Herzegovina in its effort to provide shelter and basic services to the high number of arrivals of migrants and refugees, the Secretary General’s Special Representative on migration and refugees Tomáš Boček, stressed in a report published today, that access to asylum procedures and support services were limited […]

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Migrants’ Route of Hope: Story about a Baby Boy born in Bosnia and Herzegovina

January 20, 2019 1:00 PM
Migrants’ Route of Hope: Story about a Baby Boy born in Bosnia and Herzegovina

A baby-boy was only 7 days old when we met his mother at Bira migrant and refugee camp in Bihac, Una-Sana Canton, in north-west Bosnia and Herzegovina. The baby was born at the local hospital in Bihac and Save the Children field staff provided his parents with a baby carrier, […]

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What is One of the First Question Migrants ask in the Camps in BiH?

January 12, 2019 2:30 PM
What is One of the First Question Migrants ask in the Camps in BiH?

“One of the first questions migrants ask in the camps is if there is Wi-Fi access and where they can charge their phones.” Says Amira Almakzomy, project assistant for IOM in Bosnia. ”Moreover, the internet is their gateway to information, and to a range of services like the asylum procedures, […]

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One Million BAM secured for Displaced Persons in BiH

December 23, 2018 12:00 PM
One Million BAM secured for Displaced Persons in BiH

Bosnia and Herzegovina’s (BiH’s) Council of Ministers of BiH has established a Proposal for a Second Amendment to the Grant Agreement between the Council of Europe Development Bank and Bosnia and Herzegovina regarding the Regional Housing Program. Since the costs of the second subproject under the State Housing Assistance Project […]

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Harsh Weather Conditions make Life harder for Migrants in BiH

December 17, 2018 9:00 AM
Harsh Weather Conditions make Life harder for Migrants in BiH

Harsh weather conditions and tight police border controls have stopped thousands of people from attempting to cross into Croatia at the European Union’s Balkan frontier, leaving them in Bosnia until spring. Over 3,000 migrants have been cramped in three improvised migrant centres in the Bosnian towns of Bihac and Velika […]

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International Red Cross in BiH warns on the urgently needed Humanitarian Assistance

December 11, 2018 11:30 AM
International Red Cross in BiH warns on the urgently needed Humanitarian Assistance

The International Federation of the Red Cross and the Red Crescent (IFRC) has warned that the humanitarian assistance is urgently needed for thousands of migrants will stay in Bosnia and Herzegovina during cold winter days. Namely, more than 23,000 migrants have entered the country since the beginning of the year […]

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EU awards Grants to National Minorities to help them access their Rights

September 27, 2018 11:00 AM
EU awards Grants to National Minorities to help them access their Rights

European Union/Council of Europe officially awarded grants of up to 10.000 Euros each to Brčko, Prnjavor, Prijedor, Sarajevo and Tuzla today in Brčko District. The grants will support local communities to remove barriers that prevent members of national minorities from accessing their rights, but also to promote diversity and community […]

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