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A new home for 50 displaced families in Bosnia and Herzegovina

Fifty families, who, until now, had been living in collective and alternative accommodation, received the keys to their new homes in the City of Goražde at a moving-in ceremony mid-September 2023. This ceremony represents a significant step in providing better living conditions and housing solutions to families who were displaced during the 1990s conflict in former Yugoslavia. This project is implemented in 46 cities and municipalities across Bosnia and Herzegovina, which will result in around 2,045 apartments being built. The total value of the project is €106 million, including €1.8 million grant provided by WBIF bilateral donors for technical assistance.


It is managed by the Federal Ministry of Displaced Persons and Refugees of FBiH, the Republican Secretariat for Displaced Persons and Migration of Republika Srpska, and the Department for Displaced Persons, Refugees, and Housing Affairs of the Government of Brčko District of BiH. For this particular activity, the City of Goražde provided the location for construction, the necessary infrastructure, permits and consents.

Source: WBIF

Photo credits: WBIF  

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