Estimated Project Value: €3.3 billion
WBIF Grants: €180.1 million, out of which €168.3 million from the EU and €11.8 million from other donors
Loans Signed: €1.3 billion
The WBIF has supported 25 projects with an overall estimated value of €3.3 billion across eligible sectors. Grant support from the WBIF totals €180.1 million, whereas signed loans exceed €1.3 billion. The EU support channelled through the WBIF accounts for €168.3 million and covers both technical assistance and investment works.
The WBIF has helped prepare and implement key infrastructure projects in a variety of sectors, such as electricity distribution, hydropower generation, healthcare, prison, sports and cultural facilities, social housing, road and rail transport routes, flood protection and water and wastewater systems throughout the country.
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Out of the twenty-five projects supported, four have been completed, twelve are being implemented, and nine are at various stages of preparation. In addition, Bosnia and Herzegovina has benefited from regional projects and initiatives funded by the WBIF, such as the Regional Energy Efficiency Programme for the Western Balkans (REEP and REEP Plus) and the Western Balkan Enterprise Development and Innovation Facility (WB EDIF).
For more details on specific WBIF operations in Bosnia and Herzegovina please visit our Projects page.
Mediterranean Corridor (CVc): Bosnia and Herzegovina – Croatia Road Interconnection, Svilaj – Odzak Motorway Section and Svilaj Bridge, (c) JP Autoputevi Republike Srpske. Construction of 10.7 km of motorway, cross-border bridge over the Sava at Svilaj and border crossing facilities.
€109.5 million investment value
€25.09 million EU grant for construction works
€45.0 million EIB loan
€21.96 million EBRD loan
For more details, please see the Project Summary (last updated March 2017).
Population: 3.5 million
GDP: €16.1 billion
GDP per capita Index: 32
Public Debt: 39% GDP
Potential EU Candidate: Application to Join the EU submitted in February 2016.