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In four years of its work SIF in BiH has established cooperation and partnership with 56 government institutions at all levels and other public institutions which actively supported and participated in implementation of 58 projects of NGOs and enterprises.List of SIF in BiH partners

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Build up for Social Inclusion Advocacy Platform in Bosnia and Herzegovina - "Will You Stop and Listen…"

...the project of the Social Inclusion Foundation in Bosnia and Herzegovina (SIF in BiH) and its partner organization IBHI is to be implemented under the above stated motto in the next two and half years, which is to contribute to the better networking of the civil society organizations in the social inclusion sector, more visible representation and better communication of the interests and needs of the marginalized groups and their representation in social policies and modern strategies relevant for the EU integration processes.

Published» 25.03.2019 More information...

”The Role of the Marginalized Groups in the Reconciliation Process in Bosnia and Herzegovina” project, October 2018 – May 2019

The Social Inclusion Foundation in Bosnia and Herzegovina (SIF in BiH) signed a Contract with the Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany in BiH on 5 October 2018 (in the amount of 49.795,00 EUR) for a period of 8 months, from 1 October 2018 to 31 May 2019, for the implementation of the project under the title "The Role of Marginalized Groups in Reconciliation Process in Bosnia and Herzegovina".


The aim of the project is to promote, advocate and directly influence the process of reconciliation in BiH with a bottom-up approach in gathering of the vulnerable and marginalized individuals and groups (persons with disabilities, children, elderly people, women, national/ethnic minorities, LGBT population, etc.) through a mutual support and common aims regardless of their ethnicity.

Published» 14.03.2019 More information...

Round table "Analysis and monitoring of status and priority issues in the field of human rights - marginalized groups in BiH", Sarajevo, 24.05.2018

As part of the project Civil Society Sustainability Program (CSSP), the Human Rights- Marginalized Groups Sector, the Social Inclusion Foundation (SIF in BiH) and the partner organization Initiative for Better and Humane Inclusion (IBHI) organized a round table "Analysis and monitoring of status and priority issues in the field of ​​human rights- marginalized groups in BiH"

Published» 27.06.2018 More information...

Promotion of the song and video "Ne margini " held in Sarajevo

"Look how we live here, ask, are we guilty of it ... So many of us on the same side ..."

 On Tuesday, December 5, 2017, the Social Inclusion Foundation in Bosnia and Herzegovina (SIF in BiH) organized the promotion of the song and video "Ne margini " at the Mikser House in Sarajevo. The event brought together a large number of artists, representatives of civil society, media and interested citizens who had the opportunity to watch the video for the song "Ne margini" and attend a conversation with the authors and songwriters which was moderated by Kristina Ljevak.

Published» 06.12.2017. More information...


"Look how we live here, ask, are we guilty of it ... So many of us on the same side ..."

The Social Inclusion in Bosnia and Herzegovina (SIF in BiH) has, within the project "Civil Society Sustainability Program (CSSP)", for the sector human rights - marginalized groups, funded by the USAID - the United States Agency for International Development, co-operated with a prominent BiH writer, journalist and musician, Ahmed Burić, in order to create a creative and innovative way to raise public awareness of the rights and status of marginalized groups in BiH. Through forming of #BandNeMargini, the idea was to gather renowned names of the music world and write a song of the same name in order to acquaint the public with the BiH social image - either because of poverty, either because of war or civil disability, or for some other reason - in a completely different way.

Published» 17.11.2017 More information...

Our beneficiaries

  • Slobodan Tešunović, Bijeljina

    It means a lot to me to get employed within this project, it means security and existence for our families. In this way we are making an income and ensure years of service. The new equipment procured during this project, such as trimmers and a truck means better quality of work and better working conditions. This will probably create opportunities that we stay to work after the project ends.

  • Bojana Glogovac, Trebinje

    This opportunity for employment for five months within the project supported by the Social Inclusion Foundation in BiH means a lot to me. I was involved in work occupation. This is the first time that I am employed and that I earn some money.

  • Srećko Lalić, Trebinje

    Prior to this project I did not have an opportunity to work. I graduated from the high school of economics. This is the first time that I work. I am grateful for the trust I have been given and the opportunity to work. It means a lot to me that I have had the opportunity to get employed through this project.

  • Almir Bakić, Tuzla

    The greenhouse means a lot to me because I have been unemployed for years. I have been a person with disability since 2007 and I cannot find a job. The donated greenhouse enabled my self-employment. After spinach I will plant onion and lettuce, which I am planning to sell. I am grateful to the Social Inclusion Foundation in BiH and the association "BOSPER" for enabling people like me to achieve something on their own.

  • Šefik Čajić, Tuzla

    I have been retired for 10 years. I suffer from bi-polar depression. Work at a greenhouse is a kind of occupational therapy for me. My wife and younger son are helping me. I will try to sell the spinach at the market. I was planning to plant tomato and paprika after spinach. Selling spinach and other vegetables will help to my family, because I receive a minimal pension.

  • Edin Korugić-Zahirović, Donji Vakuf

    There are 7 members in our household. I am a war invalid with 70% impairment and I am unemployed. The work in the greenhouse means a lot for the financial profit since I have three children who go to school, and incomes are very low. I hope that we will be able to sell vegetables and that there will be opportunities to employ more people.

  • Ćamila Hadžić, Donji Vakuf

    Work in the greenhouse means that I will have little better living conditions and that I would be able to earn some money for my children. Every income is welcome as we are many in the family, we are paying the rent, three children go to school and only my husband works. I hope there will be more opportunities for work.

  • Duška Ševa-Majdandžić, Banja Luka

    My business plan was procurement of a cow because I live in the country side. We already have one cow, but that was not suficient. Therefore I have aplied for the donation of one more cow, as it means a lot to my household for the financial income, and also because of our needs for milk, cheese and cream. By selling the products we are trying to make an income. Besides selling milk and milk products, you can also sell one calf per year and earn 1000.00 BAM.