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The project “SDGs Roll-out Support and Private Sector Engagement”, funded by Sweden and implemented by the United Nations Development Program in Bosnia and Herzegovina, created the first blueprint for the annual sustainability report for businesses in Bosnia and Herzegovina. The methodology is based on Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) standards. GRI is the world’s most widely accepted framework for sustainability reporting.

This form of reporting is a trend in developed countries and as many as 96% of the world’s 250 largest companies (G250) prepare their own annual report on sustainable business. Also, 72% of companies from the G250 group associate their business with the Sustainable Development Goals. In Bosnia and Herzegovina, only a few companies follow this global trend.

All companies that were finalists of the SDG Business Pioneers Award 2020 were presented with their sustainable business reports. In this way, the importance of non-financial reporting of companies in the field of sustainable development is promoted.

The reports were created based on the applications of these companies for the SDG Business Pioneers Award 2020, and the application itself is based on the original methodology developed by the eminent expert Prof. Dr. Vjekoslav Domljan, rector of the Sarajevo Science and Technology School, and one of the most prominent economists in BiH.

The responses provided by the companies through the application served as the basis for the report on the state of implementation of the Sustainable Development Goals at the company level. Many companies understand corporate social responsibility as a tool that will help them build a better reputation, because in addition to the negatives, it sees new business opportunities.

Below you can find all Annual Sustainability Reports: