Youth are an enormous resource for development and a key component for peace and stability in Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH). Decisions they make and opportunities they have for education, training, employment, and civic participation will affect their country’s development outcome for years to come. But youth face significant challenges to participating in democratic and economic processes in BiH. USAID supports BiH youth from different ethnic backgrounds through a spectrum of activities to engage them in developing their communities and country.
After massive reconstruction following the war in Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH) war, the international community continues to play a key role in supporting the country’s progress and stability. Developing jointly funded projects with other donors is a powerful way for USAID to further its development goals and multiply the impact of U.S. foreign assistance. This labor-intensive process requires dialogue and a strong understanding of a donor’s development philosophy, program modalities, and capacity. Such challenges have proved well worth the effort in BiH.
Total Funding: $8.85 million
Start Date: September 2013
End Date: September 2018
Implementing Partner: Centers for Civic Initiatives, Center for Civil Society Development
USAID/Bosnia-Herzegovina is accepting applications for grants to increase participation of people with disabilities (PWDs) in USAID/Bosnia-Herzegovina projects and activities and to strengthen the capacities of disabled people’s organizations (DPOs).
Last updated: December 24, 2014