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February 1, 2021

Over the course of five years, the USAID mission in BiH expects to refocus civil society on building constituencies and increasing the active roles that men and women, youth, and members of marginalized groups take in their communities and in political life. As a result, an increasing number of reform champions in government will have made tangible progress on reforms needed for the country’s further Euro-Atlantic integration. One visible aspect of this progress will be BiH’s return to Tier 1 status in the State Department’s Trafficking in Persons (TIP) Report.

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December 9, 2020

USAID increases citizens’ access to high-quality, fact-based investigative reports on corruption to increase public access to and demand for anti-corruption initiatives and reforms required for Euro-Atlantic integration. 

USAID INSPIRE Human Rights project in Bosnia and Herzegovina
September 22, 2020

Through the INSPIRE program, USAID works to empower BiH citizens and government institutions to improve overall human rights protections, services, and employment prospects for Bosnia and Herzegovina’s most vulnerable persons.

USAID E-Governance Activity in Bosnia and Herzegovina
September 22, 2020

Through this project, USAID helps BiH increase transparency and reduce corruption in targeted government-led processes, focusing on digitalization as a tool for fighting corruption. USAID’s implementing partner for this five-year $10.9 million project is Millennium Partners.

Citizens fight against corruption in Bosnia and Herzegovina
February 24, 2020

Based on public surveys, citizens of Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH) consistently rank corruption as one of the biggest problems in the country. Despite the positive steps taken to stop corruption – numerous reforms, strategies and measures – corruption in BiH remains widespread. The cancer of corruption corrodes political stability, economic growth, and the country’s progress toward EU integration and self-reliance.


Last updated: February 01, 2021

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