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Bosnia-Herzegovina

Bosnia-Herzegovina

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Population
3,516,816  
Population growth
-0.54 %  
GDP
$16,559,695,718.00  
GDP per capita
$4,708.00  
Source: World Bank, latest available data

Italian Cooperation in the country

Bosnia and Herzegovina is one of the

priority countries for the Italian Cooperation intervention. As highlighted in

the 2016-2018 Triennal Programming Document,instability at political level

remains a fundamental cause of 

fragility, given the particular political and social characteristics of

the country, which faces evident difficulties in consolidating the process of

approaching Europe, which- in turn -  has

repercussions on the whole region.





In addition to responding to the

geographical priority, the various initiative fit in supporting  the institutional reforms that the Bosnian

government is called to put in place for the continuation of the accession

negotiations with the European Union and for the adoption of the
acquis

communautaire,
as confirmed in the Annex 1 of the

Instrument for Pre-accession Assistance (IPAII), Indicative Strategy Paper for

Bosnia and Herzegovina (2014-2020) - revised 2017 version

Strategic development document in the country

Strategic development document in the country: The

strategic document is being prepared. Will be ready by mid 2018

The Italian strategy and the areas of intervention

With the inclusion of Bosnia and

Herzegovina among the countries of first priority, the dialogue with the

central administrations and administrative entities has been reconstructed  which allows Italian cooperation  to play a key role by creating new forms of

commitment and new incentives for the 

state institutions to improve. Considering that the slow process of

approximation to the European legislation constitutes the perimeter of the

international action, Italy follows in particular some sectors among which

stand out: The sector of the rural economy, the support to the Civil

Protection  the eco-sustainable tourism

and the defense human rights and democracy.

Alignment with the local government strategy and harmonization with donor community interventions

Alignment

with the local government strategy and harmonization with donor community

interventions: The italian cooperation projects and programmes follow the priorities within the
Strategy Paper for Bosnia and Herzegovina (2014-2017).

Goals and expected results

Improvement of the socio-economic conditions of rural

populations.





Improving medium-term policy planning at all levels of

government in Bosnia and Herzegovina and aligning it with the budget planning

process.





Increasing public awareness of all forms of discrimination and

strengthening the protection of fundamental rights.

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Aid in numbers

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AICS development projects

€ 2,280,650

Total resources committed

€ 968,032

Total resources used

What is it spent for?

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By means of?

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