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Volunteerism & ICTs: Bosnia and Herzegovina

Drapeau: Bosnia and Herzegovina

Bosnia and Herzegovina en un coup d'oeil

LanguagesThe language that used to be known as Serbo-Croatian but is now known as Serbian, Croatian, or Bosnian, depending on the speaker's ethnic and political affiliation. It is written in Latin and Cyrillic
ReligionsSlavic Muslim 44%, Orthodox 31%, Catholic 15%, Protestant 4%, other 6%
EthnicitySerb 31%, Bosniak 44%, Croat 17%, Yugoslav 5.5%, other 2.5% (1991)
Population4,552,198 (July 2007 est.)
CapitalSarajevo, 387,876 (unofficial)
CurrencyConvertible Marks (BAM)
Phone Codes00-387


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Get Involved with ICVolunteers' Projects in Bosnie-Herzégovine

ICVolunteers-Switzerland is the Swiss branch of ICVolunteers. Historically, the Swiss office is the cradle of the whole organization. ICVolunteers has local presence in a growing number of countries, including Bosnie-Herzégovine.

We invite you to look over what we are doing in the area.

ICVolunteers Projects in Bosnie-Herzégovine:

Landmines conference: 7th Meeting of the States Parties (7MSP)
2006-09-05 16:52:11
While the situation has improved in recent years, antipersonnel landmines are still being laid today, mutilating and killing people together with mines from previous conflicts.
Réseaux de Survivants aux Mines Antipersonnel: réunion de planification stratégique
2006-02-08 18:02:08
Le Réseau des Survivants aux Mines Antipersonnel (LSN), créé par et pour les survivants, permet aux individus, aux familles et aux communautés touchés par les mines de surmonter le traumatisme, de faire valoir leurs droits et respecter leur dignité.

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