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Disaster response in an urban environment presents a wide variety of challenges. Humanitarian organisations often have more experience of disaster response in rural settings, and local authorities...

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Date: Feb 2014

After the end of the war in Bosnia and Herzegovina in 1995, Central Bosnian settlements faced the challenges of dealing with returning refugees and displaced people. Tuzla faced particular housing...

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Date: Feb 2014

Following the end of the war in Bosnia and Herzegovina in 1995, many communities did not have the living space to accommodate returnees. This document describes a project which constructed 61...

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Date: Feb 2014

A considerable percentage of the DuSoCC caseload (17% families, 13% individuals) has no property rights. They are still holders of a pre-war dated occupancy rights for state owned social flats...

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Date: Feb 2014

Before the war started, the village of Kotorsko located north of Doboj had 1100 houses. Apparently it was the largest Bosniak village in Doboj municipality. During the war the village was badly...

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Date: Feb 2014

Durable solution for Zenica CC residents. Local integration of elderly and other vulnerable persons. Reduction of the CC population. Support to 45-55 vulnerable elderly people from CC, mostly...

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Date: Feb 2014

Eight years after the war ended, Bosnia-Herzegovina remains confronted with the problem of displaced persons (DPs). End of December 2002 still some 367, 500 persons have been displaced within the...

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Date: Feb 2014

The main objective of the ongoing Durable Solutions for Collective Centre Residents (DuSoCC) program is to provide durable housing solutions for CC residents: creation of accommodation by...

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Date: Feb 2014

When the housing project was started, the village of Ajre no longer had a working power network or a water supply system because of serious damages. The DuSoCC management of UNHCR/SHA decided to...

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Date: Feb 2014

While the pace of returns has increased in recent years, many of the DPs continue to reside in Collective Centres (CC) where they await durable solutions for their housing problems. These CCs...

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