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UK aid from the British people

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Summary

Bosnia and Herzegovina has come a long way. There has been economic growth, public services have improved and poverty levels have gone down. What has been achieved is significant and, with our bilateral programme ending in February 2011, we are proud to have played a part. Much has changed during the 17 years since DFID first provided support. The country’s progress from a post-conflict situation to a potential EU candidate country has been impressive, particularly in the light of its complex political structure. Although DFID activities are ending, this is by no means the end of the UK’s support. The British Embassy remains and UK funding will continue to reach Bosnia and Herzegovina through the EU and other multilateral agencies – some 15% of the money the EU spends in Bosnia and Herzegovina is from the UK. Through our Embassy, the UK will work closely with those organisations to ensure support remains focused on helping Bosnia and Herzegovina on the road to EU membership.

Key Info

  • Project budget approved for 2016/2017 More information about the total project budget £3,272,687
  • Project budget as % of DFID budget More information about the total project budget 0.03%
  • Active Projects 1
  • Population (2015, source World Bank): 3.81 million
  • % living below $1.90 per day (2011, source World Bank): 0.07%
  • Fertility rate (2014, source World Bank): 1.26
  • GDP growth rate (2015, source World Bank): 3.03%
Sector groups as a percentage of country budget More information about the sector groups
Project budget total by year More information about project funding
Budgets approved at a project level to date. This may be different from the overall operational plan budget for Bosnia and Herzegovina.