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Supporting SMEs from the Ground Up in Bosnia and Herzegovina

Altijana Dzombic owns a small bakery in Sarajevo, one of the first enterprises which has benefited from the Enhancing SMEs Access to Financing Project. Read More »

Public Expenditure and Institutional Review Report

Public expenditure reform remains a high priority for Bosnia and Herzegovina, especially in the context of the global crisis and recovery. Read More »


Bosnia and Herzegovina: Commitments by Fiscal Year (in millions of dollars)*

*Amounts include IBRD and IDA commitments

Data from World Bank
computer eqiumpment
The World Bank office in Bosnia and Herzegovina is pleased to announce the donation of used computer equipment to seven non-profit organizations in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Improving Opportunities for Young People in Bosnia and Herzegovina
With a youth unemployment rate above 57% in the country, the Active Youth Program is fostering the social and economic empowerment of young people.
Golden Growth: Restoring the Lustre of the European Economic Model
This report looks at long-term growth in Europe, particularly over the past two decades, and makes recommendations for the decades ahead.
Skills, Not Just Diplomas
Why do firms in Eastern Europe increasingly complain that they cannot find graduates with the right skills? How to close the skills gap?
Enisa Bekto
Being a female manager is not easy in Bosnia and Herzegovina, where less than 14 percent of top managers are women, but Enisa Bekto proves it is possible.