|EU Acquis chapters||Environment|
|Programme Funding Year||2011, 2012, 2013|
|Periods of implementation||2014|
With aim to assist local communities in restoring normal living conditions and ensure help reaches the most vulnerable people afected by floods in May 2014, European Union launched the EU Floods Recovery Programme for Bosnia and Herzegovina worth EUR 43.52 million, out of which the EU’s contribution is EUR 42.24 million.
Specifically the Programme aims to rehabilitate: • 4,000 dwellings for approximately 14,000 people • 90 educational institutions (including pre-school facilities) • three municipality buildings and four Centres for social welfare • Four healthcare facilities • Ten water and sanitation facilities • 100 local roads and bridges In addition, the Programme aims to create or retain 2000 jobs through direct support to 700 farmers/agricultural households and 20 enterprises.