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Infographic -The State of Philanthropy in Bosnia and Herzegovina in 2018

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Infographic for the Annual Report on the State of Philanthropy in Bosnia and Herzegovina in 2018.

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Infographic -The State of Philanthropy in Bosnia and Herzegovina in 2018

  1. 1. THE STATE OF PHILANTHROPY IN BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA IN 2018 2032 €7.9M €2.3 recorded instances average donation per citizen estimated value of donations DONORS recorded instances recorded instances recorded sum recorded sum 48.5% 31.3% 9.2% 8.3% 0.3% 2.4% THEMES FOR GIVING healthcare support to marginalized groups education poverty relief other themes In 2018 Catalyst Balkans processed 7,404 reports on charitable giving in the Giving Balkans database. This represents mass individual giving, donations by companies and individuals for the development of their communities. Although with a decrease in percentage, citizens continue to have the strongest presence with 48.5% of instances. Slight reduction in activity is also seen with the corporate sector which is the second ranked donor (31.3%). The four main supported themes retained donors’ interest this year as well, with a total 76.2% of all instances of charitable giving: healthcare (26.3%), support to marginalized groups (23.4%), education (17.8%) and poverty relief (8.7%). 26.3% 23.4% 17.8% 8.7% 23.8% individuals/families nonprofit organizations institutions local/national government other institutions nonprofit organizations individuals/families local/national government other 32.9% 30.8% 28.1% 6.6% 1.6% References givingbalkans.org catalystbalkans.org RECIPIENT ENTITIES The highest percentage of donation instances was directed towards individual/family recipients, with an increase up to 37%. An increase is also noted for the local/national governments (5.6%), which are in the fourth position, while the second-ranked nonprofit organizations (32.4%) experienced a slight decrease. The institutions were supported with the same frequency level as last year. 37.0% 32.4% 23.5% 5.6% 1.5% 37.0% 29.9% 17.7% 14.0% 0.2% 1.2% mass individual corporate sector mixed donors individuals private foundations other mass individual corporate sector mixed donors individuals private foundations other

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