USAID's Investments for Social Assistance in Bosnia and Herzegovina - Dollars to Results

Results of USAID's Social Assistance spending

FY 2013 $237.4 K

FY 2014 $152.1 K

FY 2015 $145.4 K

USAID programs play an important role in reducing poverty. Programs offer targeted assistance to meet basic needs for vulnerable populations and address factors that place individuals at risk for poverty, exclusion, neglect, or victimization. Activities appropriate to the needs of the country can include, but are not limited to, training service providers, assisting social service and assistance organizations, and providing services to vulnerable people.

USAID supports foster family programs in Tusla, Bosniza, and Herzaegovina to help orphaned children like Samir and Ante.

USAID supports foster family programs in Tusla, Bosniza, and Herzaegovina to help orphaned children like Samir and Ante.

Kasey Vannett, USAID

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