1.5 million in humanitarian aid for refugees and migrants in Bosnia and HerzegovinaJune 8, 2018
Hat: 1.5 million in humanitarian aid for refugees and migrants in Bosnia and Herzegovina
Funding Scheme: 2018-06-08
Pgm2014 2020: Yes
1.5 million euro has been allocated by the European Commission to meet the growing needs of refugees, asylum seekers and stranded migrants in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Since the beginning of the refugee crisis in Western Balkans the European Commission has allocated more than €25 million in humanitarian aid to assist refugees and migrants in Serbia, and over €4 million to the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia. EU humanitarian aid helps the most vulnerable refugees and migrants to meet basic needs and preserve their dignity.
In addition to humanitarian assistance, the European Commission provides Western Balkans partners with significant financial and technical support for activities related to migration and refugee crisis. This is done primarily through the Instrument for Pre-accession Assistance.
EU humanitarian aid will be provided in locations such as Sarajevo, Bihać and Velika Kladusa in Bosnia and Herzegovina. The funding aims to strengthen the provision of assistance, the protective environment and enhancing the capacity of organisations already providing first-line emergency response.
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