Results of the public call for participation in the train-the-trainers program on cybersecurity for MSMEs

In 2023, UNDP's Sustainable Growth Sector, in partnership with the Czech-UNDP Partnership for SDGs, launched a pilot initiative aimed at enhancing cybersecurity awareness and resilience among MSMEs. This initiative provides comprehensive training to selected companies and trainers from relevant institutions and organizations across Bosnia and Herzegovina.

June 20, 2024


On May 28, 2024, UNDP BIH issued a public call inviting all Bosnian and Herzegovinian nationals who meet specific criteria and are interested in participating in the cybersecurity training program outlined in the call.  The aim of this training program is to establish a national cohort of cyber-security MSME trainers from relevant training centres who can offer training and advisory services to private sector companies and support them in strengthening their cyber-security resilience.  

The call received a total of 22 applications during its open period. An Evaluation Committee assessed each application based on predetermined eliminatory and qualitative criteria. 

Following the evaluation process and in adherence to the public call guidelines, 13 national professionals have been chosen to participate in the program. The selected trainers include:

  • Lejla Turulja

  • Emina Kreštalica

  • Jasmin Heljić

  • Emir Ramić

  • Dragomir Babić

  • Adela Ramić

  • Elmedin Selmanović

  • Adnan Handžić

  • Branko Marković

  • Vesna Simikić

  • Ozrenko Đurić

  • Adam Marić

  • Nihad Hamzić

The selected candidates will be contacted and provided with relevant details concerning the training program.