Visit the Country of Bosnia and Herzegovina
Learn, serve, and grow with a team of adults who are committed to see lives and communities changed.
Bosnia & Herzegovina Facts
UN, World Bank
Currency: Convertible mark (BAM)
Area: 51,129 km2 (19,741 sq mi)
Languages: Bosnian, Serbian, Croatian
Major religions: Muslim (40%), Orthodox (31%), Roman Catholic (15%), other (14%)
WHI in Bosnia
Join us on a cross-cultural service trip to Bosnia! During the week-long experience, you will learn, serve, and grow with a team of adults who are committed to see lives and communities changed. Our vision is to empower, encourage, and engage local communities through education, and you can invest in kid’s lives by providing a fun, interactive, and educational English camp!
During your trip, you will encounter a new culture, undertake a new language, learn about different religions, and pray for others. Just as Jesus commanded us to love one another as He first loved us (John 13:34), you will be challenged to share His love with others outside your comfort zone. Your understanding of the world will expand as you discover more about yourself, your team, and Bosnia!
18 yrs & older
*Cost includes plane tickets, meals, in-country transportation, and housing (subject to change)
Type of Work
Prepare and hold an English camp for elementary or middle school students including games, lessons, music, crafts, and interactive activities.
Pray For Others
Allow your faith to grow as you experience God in new ways and pray for others around you
Experience a New Culture
Try new food, learn about cultural differences, and explore historical sites. Undertake a new language – You won’t master it in a week, but you’ll learn basic greetings and introductions. Most importantly, you’ll learn how to order the all-important beverage – coffee! Learn about different religions – Take a tour of a mosque, explore a Catholic church, and see how religion impacts national identity
Silvija Strahimira Kranjčevića (SSK)
The SSK teaches trades such as gardening, English, tourism, coding, and cooking to prepare their graduates to join the Bosnian workforce.
Start Your Journey
WHI thinks differently and is willing to provide an opportunity to make an impact. Working with WHI has helped me do something that brings opportunity and assistance to my community
Meet Sara! Sara believes in empowering and equipping local people to make change in their own community. Sara and her family joined World Hope BiH in 2021 and now directs the programs and strategy for World Hope BiH.
Things You Need to Know
Passport Required: Yes – 6 month validation
Visa Required: Not required
Vaccinations: Please consult your family doctor