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The institute is part of the children’s hospital in Skopje and the money will be used to improve the intensive care department with new equipment for treating patients with pulmonary dysplasia and cystic fibrosis.

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The campaign “Paint the Home with a Smile” (“Osmijehom oboji dom”) run by Chameleon Paints and Varnishes (Kameleon boje i lakovi) with the support of Maxima from Lučani, started in 2015, and since then has helped renovate homes for 10 socially vulnerable families in...

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The organization A Chance for Parenthood (Šansa za roditeljstvo), held a one-day festival on 22nd September under the slogan “You’re not Alone” (“Niste sami”), which dealt with infertility and questions around in vitro fertilization (IVF) in Serbia. The festival was...

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Propulsion, an agency specialized in social impact communications teamed up with the American Chamber of Commerce in Bosnia and Herzegovina (AmCham BiH) to establish a body...

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CEDIS (Electricity Distribution System of Montenegro (Crnogorski elektrodistributivni sistem) gave EUR 2,500 each to Zagorka Ivanović preschool in Cetinje and Vuko Jovović elementary school in  Danilovgrad.

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On 9th September, Dubrovnik was one of 74 European cities to host a Women’s Bank Walk - a global event for raising funds to support women in developing countries. The event in Dubrovnik raised the 2nd highest number of funds of all cities which hosted the...

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Completing their campaign “Say ‘no’ to plastic bag and something good will happen” (“Recite ‘ne’ plastičnoj kesi i nešto lepo će da se desi”), the company Univerexport raised RSD 4,000,000 (about EUR 33,800) for NURDOR - National Association of the Parents of...

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Blažo Sredanović, an engineer from Montenegro, who has spent most of his life in the USA, has recently made a donation of EUR 30,000 to six socially vulnerable families living in his hometown of Cetinje.

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Ljubinka Vivčar leaves behind a remarkable legacy with a special beneficiary in her will - the animal welfare organization ORCA.

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