The Dayton Peace Agreement of 1995 brought an end to the war in Bosnia and Herzegovina. It also gave Bosnia a very complicated constitution and a control system that is still seriously hampering the country’s progress. The state is weak and tensions between different parts of the country are delaying necessary reforms.
Sweden has signed grant agreements with five municipalities in Bosnia and Herzegovina for support to waste management improvements worth a total of 1,1 Million Euros. The goal is to improve and increase the number of households that will have access to organized collection of waste and that the collected waste will be disposed off at regional sanitary landfills.
Openaid.se is a web-based information service about Swedish aid built on open government data. Here you can follow when, to whom and for what purposes aid funds have been disbursed, and with what results.
Sweden Abroad is the web site for Swedish Diplomatic Missions abroad. Please follow the link underneath in order to find contact details to the Embassy.
The Swedish presence in Bosnia and Herzegovina is a result of a longstanding engagement in the country and in the region. Initially the focus was on assisting Bosnia and Herzegovina to rebuild after the war but over time it has shifted more towards supporting Bosnia and Herzegovina’s ambitions to eventually become a member of the European Union. This is common goal and seen as a guarantee for stability and peace.
We are committed to enabling people to get a better life. The individual person is always the focus of our work. Here you will meet some people involved in Swedish development assistance. Let them explain how their situation has changed.
As part of Sida's work with capacity and institutional development Sida offers international training programmes (ITP) for participants from low-and middle-income countries in priority areas. ITP's methodology takes account of the desire to develop and reform that the participants' organization have expressed in their application to the program.
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