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After School English and Computer Training for Needy Children

Computer Skills Classes Help Break the Cycle of Poverty Bosnia children come to our free English classes after school each week and work toward parity with other children who can afford tuition and expensive classes designed to help them enter college. Amar and Izet are best friends who were both born and raised in a Bosnia […]

Bosnia and Herzegovina

Still recovering from the war that ended almost two decades ago in Bosnia and Herzegovina; the struggle with a poor economy and the devastating legacy of war has left many Bosnians without a clear vision for a better future. According the latest report from the World Bank, Bosnia and Herzegovina has cripplingly high unemployment, especially […]

Adult Continuing Education and Training

Computer Skills Training Since 1998, Mercy-USA has been providing training to unemployed, or underemployed men and women in current, and in-demand office software. This training gives the participants the office, clerical and computer skills needed to compete for gainful employment and contributing to much needed stability for families and communities. Over 2,800 persons have graduated […]

Education and Workforce Skills Training

Orphaned and At-Risk Youth and Young Adult Training and Mentorship Since November 2010, Mercy-USA for Aid and Development has been providing three-month computer office software training courses to orphans and other at-risk teens and young adults in the Tuzla Canton of Bosnia. In addition to the technical training these young people receive, they are mentored […]

Sustained Agronomic Development

Since 1994, Mercy-USA has been working with and impacted thousands of families directly through the distribution of agricultural inputs and seedlings, as well as the provision of technical training. In addition, thousands more have indirectly benefited through general improvements to the Brcko District’s environment. Mercy-USA has already helped returnee and formerly displaced families take an […]