The C&MA entered Bosnia Herzegovina in 1998. This was seven years after the country established its sovereignty in 1991, and shortly thereafter declared its independence from the former Yugoslavia.
Today, our Alliance team is working with national partners in Sarajevo and Mostar.
International Workers in Bosnia
The Alliance at Work in Bosnia
Over the years, local residents had stolen sand from dikes for their own building projects, resulting in catastrophic flooding in Bosnia.read more
Flood crisis gives Bosnian churches renewed vision to spread the good news.read more
Alliance workers partner with local believers to reach flood survivors.read more
Floodwaters in Bosnia leave thousands homeless. The Church responds with tangible relief and compassionate care.read more
By an Alliance worker in Bosnia Herzegovina Ana was a shy, withdrawn girl when I met her in the summer […]read more
- Capital City
- Sarajevo (450,000) pop.
- Southeastern Europe
- bordering the Adriatic Sea
- Serbia and Montenegro. The terrain is mostly mountainous.
- Albanian and Romanian
- other (including Romanian and Albanian)—0.6%
- Lower middle income group
- Government/Political Climate
- Emerging, top-heavy federal democratic republic. The political discussion is still dominated by ethnic divisions.
- Roman Catholic—15%
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