Bosnia and Herzegovina | Giving Balkans

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Academic painter and teacher at the Engineering- geodetic school Zehrina Karic, painted 14 murals at the Clinic for Child Diseases in Tuzla. High school student Mila Kosojevic holds creative workshops for children during treatment and ophthalmologist Bojan Kozomora...

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The corporate volunteering project Addiko Cares was launched in continuation of marking this year’s International Children’s Day (20th November), and its main aim is precisely supporting children. The employees of the bank will visit 14 institutions by the end of the...

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The deteriorated house in the village Drazmilo, near Gorazde, which doesn’t have a house and is missing parts of the roof is going to be replaced by a new one, thanks to an anonymous donor who visited the family, after the story of them was broadcast on television....

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The last hair collecting event took place in Sarajevo, on 11th November. This was the last one in a series of events which were part of the initiative launched by the Association Heart for Children with Cancer (...

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The kitchen which started working on 5th November was launched by the organization Together for our Town (Zajedno za naš grad) as part of the initiative “You’re not Alone” (“Niste sami”). This is the 3rd soup kitchen in Mostar, and they have already...

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Many people like cooking, and there are some skilled amateurs who are able to make real delicacies. Luckily, there are also organizations where people can cook for those in need. However, only professional chefs have a complete knowledge on safety and health risks when...

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The sisters Tatjana and Milana Gajić from Banja Luka were both diagnosed with Lafora disease, which is a rare form of epilepsy, about 10 years ago. During the long treatment of their daughters, the family decided to make its own contribution to the global effort of...

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To mark its 40th anniversary, cement factory Kakanj has presented 2 symbolic donations to the city of Kakanj on 5th October: about EUR 20,400 (that is KM 40,000) for the purchase of a digitizer for standard radiography and 40 mBot robots for programming for elementary schools....

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The classroom is part of the pediatric clinic at the University of Sarajevo Clinical Center (KCUS), and is meant for children who are being treated there and are therefore unable to attend school.

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The campaign has raised a total of EUR 20,000 (USD 23,105), which makes 513% of its initial goal. The book the publication of which was made possible through the campaign will be published in February 2019.

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