ASB started with start-up training in BIH


ASB South East Europe started last week with a training for the selected beneficiaries within the project „Direct socio-economic assistance to extremely vulnerable families in the Bosnia and Herzegovina“.

First training on greenhouse production was held in Municipality of Kljuc, with all precautions taken against the Covid-19 virus.

Beside trainers and selected beneficiaries, the training were attended by the Mayor Mr. Nedzad Zukanović and project manager Rusmir Hanić.
Agronomist Amina Koljenović Burić prepared lectures and gave practical advice to users.

On this occasion, the beneficiaries, representatives of the municipality of Ključ, the Center for Social Work and the ASB signed quadrilateral agreements on the conditions for delivering of the donation.
Preparatory training for the greenhouses management continues in Jajce, Trebinje, and later in other local partner communities.

Within the project „Direct socio-economic assistance to extremely vulnerable families in the BIH“, ASB will provide 120 greenhouses for families, public institutions, associations, centers for social service provision in 11 municipalities in Bosnia and Herzegovina, as well as training for the greenhouses management for the beneficiaries.

Project is funded by the German Foreign Ministry together with local municipalities and ASB with total amount of 220,000 EUR in period of one year.

Project goal is to contribute to the socio-economic inclusion of particularly vulnerable social cases and their families in Bosnia and Herzegovina and to create opportunities for self-earning with vegetable production for economically endangered families.

ASB is a German aid and welfare organisation, engaged in areas such as civil protection, rescue services and social welfare services. As a non-political organisation, ASB has, since its foundation in 1888, provided rapid and direct help to all those in need of our support.

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