The Common Country Analysis (CCA) is an integrated evidence-based analysis by the United Nations system of the prospects for sustainable development in a country in which it maintains operational development activities. The CCA serves as the analytical baseline for the United Nations Sustainable Development Cooperation Framework (Cooperation Framework) and provides the basis for policy dialogue and prioritization with stakeholders on sustainable development strategies and solutions.
The current CCA cycle for Bosnia and Herzegovina was initiated in July 2019, based on data and analysis of relevant available United Nations and other public reports. Specific inputs were provided by the United Nations team in Bosnia and Herzegovina, which were synthesized, consolidated, and reviewed by the regional United Nations Peer Support Group. Preliminary findings on the draft CCA were presented during a validation exercise in December 2019, with the final CCA report finalized in March 2020. The United Nations in Bosnia and Herzegovina initiated a CCA update in October 2021, taking note of the impact that COVID-19 had on development planning and operations, and on political developments. As part of this update, the entire CCA document was reviewed and revised. As such, this updated CCA for Bosnia and Herzegovina reassesses progress towards the 2030 Agenda and provides the United Nations assessment of a changing country context. The CCA update was completed in October 2022