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November 10, 2015
Project Snapshot:
Total Funding: $2.5 million
Project Duration: July 2015-July 2019
Implementing Partners: Center for Media Development and Analysis, and INFOHOUSE
The Challenge
Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH) suffers from widespread public corruption in all aspects of government and society. Local NGOs and BiH media are increasingly involved in fighting corruption and developing skills to monitor and report corruption. However, they embark on projects individually and exclusively, with little coordination or communication. Strong cooperation between civil society and the media will help them be more effective and successful in pressuring the BiH Government to enforce and sustain anti-corruption reforms.  
Our Program
December 29, 2014

The USAID mission in Bosnia and Herzegovina is soliciting quotations from qualified local companies interested in providing public communications services in support of its Engaging Citizens to Demand Economic Progress and Democratic Reform Activity in Bosnia and Herzegovina.

October 15, 2014

The heaviest rainfall in recorded history caused widespread floods and some 2,000 landslides across Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH) in May 2014, destroying everything in their path and affecting one-quarter of the country’s population. Bridges, roads and other infrastructure were damaged extensively. The U.S.

October 7, 2014

U.S. Government officials – U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) Mission Director David Barth and U.S. Military Attaché to BiH Col. Scott Miller – will visit Doboj and Doboj East municipalities on Thursday, October 9, 2014, to highlight the importance of radical transparency in the distribution and implementation of the $14.7 million in flood relief and recovery assistance from the American people.

USAID/BiH Mission Director David Barth on corruption, other challenges faced by BiH citizens.
September 10, 2014

Good morning everyone. I see that most, if not all prosecutors from BiH Prosecutor’s Offices, have come to this conference. This is very encouraging since the topics you will discuss today are critical in reducing corruption, political patronage and crime; all three cited as the key problems facing the citizens.

September 8, 2014
Project Snapshot:
Total Funding:  $2,298,579*
Project Duration:  May 2014 - May 2018
Implementing Partner: Foundation Mediacentar
   Core local partners: Vasa Prava (Your Rights), Analitika, and Prava za Sve (Rights for All)
 *Incl. 15% matching funds from Open Society Fund
The Challenge


Last updated: November 10, 2015

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