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April 28, 2015
The Monitoring and Evaluation Support Activity (MEASURE-BiH) is a five-year activity of the U.S. Agency for International Development in Bosnia and Herzegovina (USAID/BiH) that highlights USAID’s commitment to the key principles and practices that foster a results-oriented culture in BiH. The USAID MEASURE-BiH Project works to strengthen USAID’s monitoring and evaluation (M&E) oversight while also establishing sustainable local capacity to conduct high-quality, independent evaluations and other studies. The skills to evaluate development interventions in BiH lend themselves to be transferred into skills to evaluate the impact of public policy, proposed legislation, and organic solutions to the challenges facing the country.
 
November 27, 2013

As a country in transition, postwar Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH) still needs to ensure political stability, foster a national identify, and create a single economic space.  While over 50% of GDP goes to support the public sector, the country struggles to perform basic governmental functions and has not transitioned to full sovereignty.  The country remains deeply divided along ethnic lines, and these divisions inflame distrust and impede progress in virtually every socio-political and economic area. 

November 27, 2013
Project Snapshot
Total Funding:  $1.2 million*
Start Date:  July 2011
End Date:  July 2016
Implementing Partner:  Partner Microcredit Foundation
  *Co-sponsored by the Partner Microcredit Foundation in the amount of $228,150. 
 
The Challenge
November 27, 2013
Project Snapshot
Total Funding:  $531,800
Start Date:  September 2011
End Date:   November 2014
Implementing Partner:   GEO Association Center for Research and Studies
 
The Challenge
November 27, 2013
Project Snapshot
Total Funding:  $21 million*
Start Date:  September 2009
End Date:  September 2014
Implementing Partner:   Cardno Emerging Markets
*USAID: $14 million, Sida: $7 million
 
The Challenge
November 27, 2013
Project Snapshot
Total Funding:  $19 million*
Start Date:  September 2009
End Date:  February 2015
Implementing Partner:  Chemonics International
   *USAID - $9.5 million; Sida - $9.5 million  
 
The Challenge

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