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Czech development cooperation with Bosnia and Herzegovina. Slavomír Goga Embassy of the Czech Republic 29th September 2011. Czech Republic as an emerging donor.

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czech development cooperation with bosnia and herzegovina

Czech development cooperation with Bosnia and Herzegovina

Slavomír Goga

Embassy of the Czech Republic

29th September 2011

czech republic as an emerging donor
Czech Republic as an emerging donor

1995 Czech Republic becomes the first transition country in Central and Eastern Europe to renew its government foreign aid programme

2002Czech Government adopts1stDevelopment Cooperation Strategy for 2002–2007

2003 Separate Department of Development Cooperation and Humanitarian Aid established within the Ministry of Foreign Affairs

2004Czech Republic enters the EU, new Development Cooperation Principles adopted

2007 Government decision on the transformation of the system of Czech development cooperation

2008 Czech Development Agency established

2010 Transformation of the system of Czech development cooperation finished

Czech Government adopts Development Cooperation Strategy for 2011-2017

Czech Parliament passes new Law on Development Cooperation

present system of czech development cooperation
Present system of Czech development cooperation

Ministry of Foreign Affairs

development cooperation coordinator

Ministry of Finance

Ministry ofInterior

Ministry ofIndustry

andTrade

Development cooperation council

topic-specific working groups

Otherministries

Czech Development Agency

Platformsof business entitiesandNGOs

PROJECTS

development cooperation strategy for 2011 2017
Development Cooperation Strategy for 2011-2017
  • Priority countries with a cooperation programme (“programme countries”)
    • Afghanistan
    • Bosnia and Herzegovina
    • Ethiopia
    • Moldova
    • Mongolia

Priority countries without a cooperation programme

      • Project countries: Georgia, Cambodia, Kosovo, Palestine, Serbia
      • Other countries: Angola, Yemen, Vietnam, Zambia
  • Sectoral priorities
    • Environment
    • Agriculture
    • Social development (including education, social and health services)
    • Economic development (including energy)
    • Promotion of democracy, human rights and social transformation
czech development cooperation with bih
Czech development cooperation with BiH

Sectoral priorities according to the 2011-2017 programme of development cooperation

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Czech development cooperation with BiH

Expected budget allocations in 2012-14 (thousands of USD)

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Czech development cooperation with BiH
  • Forms of Czech development cooperation with Bosnia and Herzegovina
    • development cooperation projects managed by the Czech Development Agency
    • small local projects (managed by the Embassy of the Czech Republic in BiH)
    • transition projects (managed by the Czech Ministry of Foreign Affairs)
    • scholarship programme (full bachelor, master and PhD programmes)
    • separate assistance managed by certain Czech ministries (Aid for Trade, technical assistence, etc.)
  • In 2010 the Czech Republic implemented a total of 17 bilateral projects in Bosnia and Herzegovina (including 9 major development projects and 8 smaller, local ones), totalling USD 1,6 million.
  • The total official development assistance provided to Bosnia and Herzegovina by the Czech Republic in 2010 amounted to USD 3,1 million.
most recent development projects completed
Most recent development projects (completed)
  • Electrification of villages in Derventa region
  • Integrated waste-treatment system in Una-Sana Canton
  • Wastewater treatment in Kiseljak
  • Providing professional technical and material base for vascular surgery in hospitals in Sarajevo, Tuzla and Mostar
  • 8 small local projects
  • strengthening civil society capacities in the field of fight against human trafficking
  • strengthening capacities and status of non-governmental sector and organisations dealing with Roma community
  • 24 students enfrolled within the government scholarship programme and additional 70 obtaining scholarships from other sources
  • Aid for Trade project in the area of waste management
  • Humanitarian aid to alleviate the impact of end of year flooding
most recent development projects ongoing
Most recent development projects (ongoing)
  • general repair and modernisation of trams in Sarajevo (2008-11); value: approx. 1,7 mill. USD
  • IncreasingQuality and MarketProduction of Milk in Zvornik, Tuzla, Bjeljina (2010 – 2012); value: approx. 1,7 mill. USD
  • participation in FARMA
  • Use of renewable sources of energy for system of central heating in Nemila (2011 – 2013); value: approx. 2 mill. USD
  • Assuring better access to drinking water in Lukavac (2011 – 2013); value: approx. 1 mill. USD
  • “Do-Ma čisto” – Improvement of waste management in municipalities Doboj and Maglaj (2011 – 2013); value: approx. 1 mill. USD
  • 10 small local projects in 2011; 24 new students enrolled; Aid for Trade; 1 transition project in the area of fight against human trafficking
most recent development projects in the pipeline
Most recent development projects (in the pipeline)
  • Vascular surgery (new project)
  • Flood prevention – Sava river waterbed
  • projects in the area of public administration and civil society
  • call for proposals for small local projects 2012 (deadline 7th October)
  • call for applications for student scholarships 2012/13 (deadline 30th October)
useful links and contacts
Useful links and contacts

Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Czech Republic

http://www.mzv.cz/

Czech Development Agency

http://www.czda.cz/

Embassy of the Czech Republic in Bosnia and Herzegovina

http://www.mzv.cz/sarajevo

Tel. 033/447 525

Anesa Terza Vuković – development cooperation coordinator

[email protected]

mobile: 066 302 905

Slavomír Goga – deputy head of mission

[email protected]

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