Within the scope of the Local Integrated Development Project, the public call was announced for the following partner local governments, to submit proposals for priority development projects: Foča, Goražde, Vareš, Modriča, Čelinac, Novi Grad and Živinice. The Project Fund will serve as a mechanism to support municipalities and cities to successfully transform their development priorities into concrete and implementable projects. The funding available through this public call will contribute to the better implementation of priority development projects planned under the local development strategies. More information is available in Public call document, which can be downloaded on this page.
Projects supported by the Project Fund will be selected on a competitive basis, meaning that only the best-ranked project proposals will be supported following the proposals’ evaluation. In 2017, the Project Fund will support the implementation of priority projects for the seven listed local governments. An additional call for all project partner local governments will be announced in the fourth quarter of 2017.
The deadline for submission of project proposals is 26 May 2017 by 15:00.
It is recommended that queries regarding this Public Call are submitted via email no later than 7 days prior to the deadline for project proposal submission, with the provided name of the Public Call as the title of the email to the following address: email@example.com.
All responses relevant for all applicants will be published on UNDP webpage: http://www.ba.undp.org/.
Local Integrated Development project (2016-2018) is financed by the European Union and implemented by UNDP in Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH), in cooperation with the BiH Ministry of Human Rights and Refugees, the Ministry of Development, Entrepreneurship and Crafts of the Federation of BiH, the Ministry of Administration and Local Self-Government of RS and the two Associations of Cities and Municipalities. The overall objective of the project is to raise the standard of living and the social cohesion in BiH through inclusive sustainable socio-economic development. Moreover, the project aims to stimulate good governance and economic development and to promote social inclusion at the local level through integrated local development in the areas, primarily affected by floods and areas populated with a large percentage of returnees and/internally displaced persons. The project gives support to 21 municipalities and cities that are geographically and economically connected in four clusters: Banja Luka, Bijeljina, Čelinac, Doboj, Foča, Goražde, Gradiška, Konjic, Mostar, Maglaj, Modriča, Novi Grad, Odžak, Orašje, Prijedor, Srebrenik, Šamac, Tuzla, Vareš, Žepče and Živinice.