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Economic Development and Agriculture

Purchase of a plastic green-house in support to sustainable return Bijeljina

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2009/HWA/ 16

Within this project we supported a young 4 members returnee family with their two children living in Janja. They returned in 2000 and live in small inadequate and decent living house beside his father’s house. Their only income was 45,00 BAM that they receive as social welfare for children. Parents are unemployed, both not educated well and finished only elementary school/registered with the Bureau for Employment in Bijeljina. They cultivate land and other assistance they did not benefit from. The family expressed a need to be assisted with a plastic green-house of 100 m2 in order to increase production of vegetables for their needs, some surplus to sell at the local market and in that way increase their income.
The purchase of a plastic green-house 100 m2 for vegetable growing for a returnee family to Janja, delivery and montage was performed on November 13th, 2009.
The number of primary beneficiaries included in this project was 1 family / 4 persons.

Purchase of winter wheat seed in support to sustainable return to Kalesija Municipality

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2009/HWA/ 15

This project was developed on the basis of request by the “Association of citizens and farmers" from Gojcin who set out needs for winter seeding 2009 for the returnees to Kalesija Municipality. The returnees have been affected with the economic crisis, unemployment, less job opportunities available and it was above their financial capacity to provide winter seeds for autumn seeding season. They prepared land for seeding, ploughing and milling needed on soil and HWA / UNHCR assisted them with the provision of 9.250 kg of winter wheat seed type “EVROPA 90”.
In cooperation with the “Association of citizens and farmers" the delivery completed on November 2nd, 2009. In total 310 dunums of land have been seed by the beneficiaries.
Investing in this kind of projects like wheat growing is significant for nutrition for household needs as well as for food production in whole.
The number of primary beneficiaries included in this project was 51 families / 218 persons.

Support to sustainable return to Praca and Gorazde

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2009/HWA/ 14


Hilfswerk Austria had developed this particular project to facilitate and improve economic and social environment for the sustainable return of pre-war residents in these two municipalities. Within this project we supported three extremely vulnerable returnee families living on their own property, with no regular income, desperately trying to make conditions for self-sustainable return and economic existance they extremely need to be assisted at this stage through purchase of a motor-cultivator, material for stable reconstruction and chain-saw and tools for orchards.
The distribution of a motor-cultivator with attachments was performed on October 30th, 2009. Since agricultural mechanization was very poor in this region, the family now works their land and offers their services to the neighbors and thus earns income.
The second returnee family was supported with purchase and delivery of chain-saw and tools for orchards on December 19th, 2009.
After tendering HWA was purchased construction material for stable reconstruction that the returnee family to village Radici that he installed by themself. The family had improvised stable and 10 sheep but now a proper stable for the sheep and opportunity to keep a cow later on. This assistance significantly supported their sustainable return
The number of primary beneficiaries included in this project was 3 families / 10 persons.

Purchase of agricultural machines and a plastic green-house in support to sustainable return in Drvar and Bosanski Petrovac

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2009/HWA/ 12

Within this project we have supported four extremely vulnerable returnee families that extremely needed sustainability assistance with agricultural mechanisation and plastic green-house to gain some income. The project activities were organized in response to the needs and returnees’ capability and situation recognized on return sites. 
We purchased and delivered 2 motor-cultivators. One returnee family to Bosanski Petrovac was assisted with the plastic green-house of 100 m2 in order to increase production of vegetables for their needs, some surplus to sell at the local market and in that way increase their income.
We purchased and delivered a chain-saw for a returnee family to Drvar.
The number of primary beneficiaries included in this project was 4 families / 14 persons.

Purchase of plastic green-houses, rotary cultivators and equipment for beekeeping in support to sustainable return in Bijeljina

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2009/HWA/ 11
 
Bijeljina region is a typical agricultural region with fertile land and suitable weather conditions for agricultural production of wheat and corns, vegetables, cabbage, paprika, tomato and water-melon. For these reasons and upon returnees’ need we purchased 8 plastic green-houses of 100 m2 each for vegetable growing and making income by selling it on the market in Bijeljina.
We purchased 6 rotary cultivators/tillers. The purchase and delivery was performed in November 20th, 2009. 
We supported a beekeeper with the raw material for beehives making. M.T. was born as disabled person but is hard working young person. He is a beekeeper and makes bee hives by himself. He had about 60 hives and needed raw material and a piston compressor to complete conditions for increasing capacities for bees and honey production. As there has been great market need for honey he was selling honey on local market and makes self-income for normal living for his family. After tendering, we purchased and delivered raw material.
The Mayor of Bijeljina Municipality co-financed this project.
Investing in purchase of plastic green-houses, agricultural machines and material for making beehives for a beekeeper for returnee families was of great importance to improve standard life conditions of returnees as well as their self-sustainable existence and remaining in this region.
The number of primary beneficiaries included in this project was 14 families / 76 persons.

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