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6 January 2022

New homes for refugee and displaced families in Bosnia and Herzegovina

Bosnia and Herzegovina

The Regional Housing Programme (RHP) handed over the keys to new apartments to 18 families in Gornji Vakuf and Domaljevac-Šamac in Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH).

Edin Ramić, Minister of Displaced Persons and Refugees in BiH, participating in the official ceremony and congratulated the families while noted with satisfaction that the flats are built according to the latest construction standard, including heating and energy efficiency ones.

 

The local authorities of Gorni are now in the process of removing the old houses in which the residents have lived until now in order to create green spaces and children’s playground.

 

The Regional Housing Programme aims to provide approximately 3 100 housing units to vulnerable refugees, displaced persons, and returnees in BiH. In Bosnia and Herzegovina, more than 1 800 housing units have been completed to date.

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Source: Regional Housing Programme
Photo credits: Regional Housing Programme

 

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