Indipendent living for PwIDs in Serbia, 2014

Sustainable Livelihood & Environment

PIN adopts a systems approach that involves working in partnership with communities, civil society, governments, and businesses to drive inclusive change when it comes to community welfare and the environment. This includes improving long-term access to the skills, products, and services that can increase the income, security, and resilience of low-income families, while at the same time securing high ecological and sustainability standards.

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Effective Waste Management System in Canton Sarajevo

Effective Waste Management System in Canton Sarajevo

The Project "Effective Waste Management System in Canton Sarajevo" aims to contribute to the reduction of waste production in Canton Sarajevo by improving solid waste management, and contributing to the development of responsible and relevant institutions. Through the Project "Effective Waste Management System in Canton Sarajevo", support is primarily provided to KJKP "RAD" d.o.o. Sarajevo. Support includes the procurement of equipment, technical assistance, capacity building and the creation of a campaign for communication with citizens and users of KJKP "RAD" d.o.o. Sarajevo services. Municipalities in Canton Sarajevo and the responsible Ministry are very important links in the implementation of the project and activities. In close cooperation with Municipalities and the ministry, the necessary change will be defined, which will contribute to the improvement of waste management, including relevant regulatory documents and responsible departments. Activities will be approached jointly to identify the necessary changes that are being implemented in practice.
SMARTER Finance for Families

SMARTER Finance for Families

People in Need Bosnia and Herzegovina is implementing a 2-year project called SMARTER Finance for Families. The main goal of the project is to implement ambitious, yet practical, Green Homes & Green Mortgage programs in 12 European countries that include the collaboration and participation of 17 experts in green buildings, green energy, research and other organizations.
People in Need, together with partners, work on making energy-efficient solutions accessible to low-income families to improve their health and financial stability. The aim of our work is to advocate for inclusive financial products and pilot projects that aim to mitigate energy poverty risks in Bosnia and Herzegovina and beyond.
Partners: Romania Green Building Council (Coordinator), Technical University of Denmark (Copenhagen Centre on Energy Efficiency), Universite Libre de Bruxelles, Irish Green Building Council, Enova, Green Council BiH, EnEffect, Czech Green Building Council, Energy Efficiency Centre of Georgia, CRES - Centre for Renewable Sources and Saving, CRISCON, Green Building Council Italia, Polish Green Building Council, Slovak Green Building Council, Turkeco, European-Ukrainian Energy Agency.
This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020.