Bosnia and Herzegovina
Public health and safety concerns imposed by the COVID-19 pandemic changed the ways we live and work across the board and across the globe. Carrying out daily tasks and interactions at the workplace is now governed by adhering to strict protocols that help prevent the spreading of the virus and ensure a safe environment for all.
Our Judiciary Against Corruption Activity (JACA) in Bosnia and Herzegovina donated $2,200.00 worth of personal protective equipment to one of their partner institutions, the Sarajevo Municipal Court, this week to enable just that - a safer environment for court staff and visitors so that this important judicial institution can maintain the requisite level of operations crucial for the rule of law and access to justice in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
The donation was presented by the USAID Mission Director in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Nancy Eslick, and accepted by Janja Jovanovic, Sarajevo Municipal Court President. Watch the video for more details.