In response to heavy rains and flooding throughout the country, the United Nations in Bosnia and Herzegovina was asked to assist with foreign assistance coordination, aiming to insure effective and quick resource mobilisation. Since the beginning of the crisis, UN Agencies have worked closely with governments at all levels and crisis centres throughout the country. This page contains information about the deployment of assistance, news and updates on activities conducted in the field.

Sept 9
Vulnerable Roma Families Receive Much Needed Help
Sept 1
Doboj: Back to School in ‘Children's Corners’ Pending the Rehabilitation of Schools
Aug 29
Public Call for SMEs - EU Floods Recovery Programme
Aug 15
EU Launches Euro 43.52 Million Worth Floods Recovery Programme for BiH
Aug 11
UN Agencies Organize Summer Camps for 500 Youth from Flood Affected Area
July 18
Factsheet on UNCT Response to Floods Available
July 16
The Secretary-General’s message to the International Donors’ Conference on the Floods in B-H and Serbia
July 16
Statement by UNDP Administrator Helen Clark at the International Donors' Conference on the Floods in Bosnia and Herzegovina and Serbia
July 15
Announcing International Donors' Conference
July 10
Post-disaster Recovery Needs Assessment Summary
June 27
Approximately 600 Persons Engaged in Cleaning and Repairing Damages in Flood-Affected Areas
June 26
Stories After the Rain
June 11
UN Regional office in Doboj opens
June 9
Next 60 days will be critical to recovery in Bosnia and Herzegovina
June 6
UNDP: 500 tonnes of aid for farmers in flooded areas
June  3
UNICEF calls for special attention to be provided to children in the current humanitarian crisis
May 30
UN Aid Continues to Arrive
May 29
NEW MAPS! Mine and Landslides Situation in BiH - Flood Update
May 28
Co-ordination meeting
May 26
Maps - Flood Affected Areas
May 26
Co-ordination meeting
May 22

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