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EIGHT NEW FLATS FOR ROMA FAMILIES IN KAKANJ

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The keys to eight flats in a residential building were symbolically handed over to beneficiary families in Varda settlement, Kakanj at a ceremony that took place on November 25, 2015 and was a part of Statehood Day celebrations.

Construction is the result of the project Roma Action that supports socio-economic inclusion of Roma in BiH through housing, socio-economic measures with proactive participation of local authorities and other stakeholders and that is financed by the European Union through the Instrument for Pre-accession Assistance (IPA 2011) and is implemented by Hilfswerk Austria International with its project partners.
Kakanj Municipality is one of fourteen municipalities in the project that strongly support Roma social inclusion. The Municipality has actively participated in the project implementation and provided the land for construction, all necessary permits, infrastructure connections well as co-funding for two municipalities in Zenica-Doboj Canton
 

NEW HOUSES FOR FIVE ROMA FAMILIES IN ČAPLJINA MUNICIPALITY

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The keys to five houses with all accompanying infrastructure have been symbolically handed to Roma families at a ceremony held in Stanojevići on November 23, 2015. The houses were given to the permanent ownership to the families who lived in the extremely difficult conditions so far – at a waste disposal area and in a collective center.

The houses have been constructed within the project „Roma Action“ that is funded by the European Union and is worth 2.5 million Euro, and local authorities are co-funding it with the additional half million euro.
Municipality Čapljina is one of the 14 Municipalites that are participating in the project and it provided the land for construction, all necessary permits and connections to electricity network.

SIX MORE FAMILIES IN BOSANSKI PETROVAC NOW HAVE A NEW HOME

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Six internally displaced families received the keys to their new homes in a newly constructed building in Bosanski Petrovac at a ceremony that took place on November 19, 2015. The construction is a result of the Project “Support to durable solutions of Revised Annex VII Dayton Peace Agreement Implementation Strategy”, funded by the EU/UNHCR. The housing component of this project is  implemented by Hilfswerk Austria International. Municipality Bosanski Petrovac provided co-funding as well as the land for construction, a building permit and revised project documentation. The project started in 2014 and its implementation will continue untill the end of 2016 in Bosanski Petrovac, Gradiška, Prijedor, Derventa, Maglaj, Bijeljina, Brčko District, Živinice, Mostar and Foča.

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SIXTEEN SOCIAL HOUSING UNITS HANDED OVER TO BENEFICIARIES IN BIJELJINA

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On November 17, 2015 a festive ceremony took place in Amajlije, Bijeljina. Keys to 16 newly constructed housing units were handed over to beneficiaries. The building was constructed within the Project Social Housing System that is funded by the European Union and implemented by Hilfswerk Austria International HWA in cooperation with Foundation of local Democracy FLD.

SHS project had an objective to establish a self-sustainable system of social housing as the best way for solving the problem of housing in general.
Bijelina city administration has significantly supported this project and had a good understanding of the concept of housing in general. They actively participated in the project implementation and provided co-funding in the amount of 120.000 KM, as well as the land for construction of the building with all the necessary permits. RS Ministry of displaced persons also co-financed the project in the amount of 50.000KM

FINAL CONFERENCE FOR SOCIAL HOUSING PROJECT HELD

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The final conference for the EU funded project “Social Housing System (SHS) – Development of an Integrated Model in Theory and Practice,” was held in Sarajevo on 11 November 2015. Project results and the most important recommendations for an integrated sustainable model of social housing in BiH, were presented. 

Within the project, six housing buildings were constructed in the municipalities of Jablanica, Prozor-Rama, and Stari Grad Sarajevo, the cities of Tuzla and Bijeljina and Brčko District BiH. In total, 63 housing units were built for eligible beneficiaries in need and allocated to the families in line with principles of social housing.

The conference was chaired by Head of Cooperation in the EU Delegation in B&H Mr. Melvin Asin and HWA Director for BiH, Suzana Jašarević and it hosted a number of partners and guests from domestic institutions. 
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