Bosnia and Herzegovina


Extent of floods near Jagodina, Serbia on 15 May 2014

The Emergency Mapping Service of the European Union's Copernicus programme was activated to provide satellite-based maps of the severe floods in Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, and Serbia.

The service produced four maps for Croatia, 18 maps for Bosnia and Herzegovina, and 20 maps of Serbia.

NASA's Earth Observatory has also published... read more

Publishing Date: 20/05/2014


Heavy rainfall on 5-12 July has caused flooding in Tesanj municipality in the northern part of Bosnia and Herzegovina destroying the food reserves and damaging the houses of local communities.

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Ressources from OCHA/Reliefweb, click here.

Extremely low temperatures and a shortage of gas are having a severe impact on the coping mechanisms of already vulnerable groups of the population. They are in need of heating and food since their financial resources have been spent on alternative heating.

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Ressources from OCHA/Reliefweb, click here

Heavy rainfall between 19 and 28 of January has caused flooding in southern part of Bosnia and Herzegovina. The vast water masses have severely affected the population in the municipalities of Trebinje, Popovo polje, Ravno, Neum and Svitava.

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Ressources from OCHA/Reliefweb, click here

Due to heavy rains in the past week water levels of several rivers in Bosnia and Herzegovina have risen. On 22 June water spilled out of the river beds in several municipalities, damaging land and residential objects across the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina as well as Republika Srpska and Br?ko district.


National Focal Point

Ministry of Security for Bosnia and Herzegovina

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Mrs Olga Slagalo
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