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ANALYSIS OF SOCIO-ECONOMIC SITUATION OF VULNERABLE GROUPS OF THE POPULATION IN MUNICIPALITIES OF SOUTH-EASTERN BOSNIA

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During 2010 and 2011, ALDI, in cooperation with associations "Regional Board for the return to South-eastern Bosnia" and "Association of demobilized soldiers", implemented two projects for the BPC Government’s needs.

In a scope of those projects, ALDI prepared a detailed analysis of the socio-economic situation of returnees and demobilized soldiers in municipalities of South-eastern Bosnia, and, based on this analysis, prepared a series of recommendations to the executive and legislative authorities of the Canton in order to improve socio-economic conditions of these groups of population.

Within the framework of socio-economic analysis, data are used from 1,400 returnee families mostly living in rural areas. The main objective of this research was contribution to the strengthening of the systematic support to sustainable return through determination of actual situation in the field of return and through identification of priority measures to support sustainable return in municipalities of the Upper Drina region area.

Within creation of the analysis of the situation activities, employment opportunities and integration of demobilized soldiers into the economic life of the BPC Gorazde, launched with main objective - to create preconditions for improvement of the situation of unemployed demobilized members of the Army RBiH from the BPC Gorazde area, 637 unemployed demobilized soldiers was covered, which represents 80 percent of the total number of registered unemployed demobilized soldiers according to data from the Employment Service BPC Gorazde. The above mentioned analysis of the situation, in addition to unemployed people who have the status of demobilized soldiers, also includes an overview of identified priority needs of unemployed family members of veteran population.

Both projects have resulted by creation of Database containing all data collected through research during project implementation, which are provided to the respective Ministries for permanent use.

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