Actualités

Rapport Annuel 2013 du Fonds du RHP

2 avril 2014

PARIS - At its 6th meeting, held on 27 March 2014, the RHP Assembly of Donors approved the RHP Fund Annual Report 2013.

The 2013 Annual Report of the Regional Housing Programme (RHP) Fund provides an overview of RHP activities during the past year and information on the status of the RHP Fund.

In 2013, the RHP shifted from a preparation phase to an implementation phase. The RHP Partner Countries achieved three operational milestones: they established national implementation structures, developed mature housing projects and secured funding from Donors for these projects.

At end-2013, Donors had committed € 115 million in favour of the RHP Fund, of which they had paid in € 70 million. During the year, they also approved a total of € 61 million in grants from the RHP Fund in favour of twelve housing projects.

The RHP Fund Annual Report 2013 is available on the RHP website www.regionalhousingprogramme.org


The Regional Housing Programme (RHP) is backed by the European Commission, the United States of America, the UNHCR, the OSCE as well as the CEB which manages the RHP Fund and the Housing Programme itself. The RHP aims at offering housing solutions to about 27 000 households or 74 000 refugees and displaced persons that are considered as most vulnerable, in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Montenegro and Serbia (the Partner Countries). The total investment cost of the Programme, over an estimated five-year period, should amount to € 584 million.

Fondée en 1956, la CEB (Banque de Développement de Conseil de l'Europe) compte 41 États membres, dont 22 pays d'Europe centrale, orientale et du Sud-Est formant les pays cibles de la Banque. En tant qu'instrument majeur de la politique de solidarité en Europe, la Banque finance des projets sociaux en mettant à leur disposition des ressources levées dans des conditions reflétant la qualité de sa notation (Aaa auprès de Moody's, perspective négative, AA+ auprès de Standard & Poor's, perspective stable et AA+ auprès de Fitch Ratings, perspective stable). Elle accorde des prêts à ses États membres, à des établissements financiers et à des autorités locales pour le financement de projets dans le secteur social, conformément à son Statut.