Project in Bosnia awarded one-year extension
USAID awarded RF SUNY (SUNY/CID) a 12-month, $1.264 million extension on Feb. 16 to the USAID Parliamentary Support Project in Bosnia-Herzegovina. SUNY/CID’s goals for the extension period are to deliver technical assistance and training which could not take place due to delays in formation of the Project’s partner parliaments and to support the Parliament's committees,' staff, and parliamentary caucuses' efforts to strengthen their capacities to reach out to constituents. The award brings the total value of the cooperative agreement to $4,157,586 over four years.
“I’m honored that USAID has given us this opportunity to continue to work with our parliamentary and civil society partners on the initiatives we’ve begun,” said the Project’s Chief-of-Party, Christian Haupt. “The additional year will help us to ensure that the consultation and outreach mechanisms we’ve created together can be sustained into the future. This extension wouldn’t have been possible without our excellent team in Sarajevo and home office in Albany.”
Posted Feb. 24, 2012
Updated July 26, 2013