Updates direct from the project teams in Bosnia and Herzegovina
Following on from last week’s story by Rasna, this article was written by Simi, Rasna’s mother, and tells of her experiences visiting the children cared for by Our Kids Foundation (“Naša Djeca” in local language) in and around Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina.
The following article was written by Rasna. She first visited Our Kids Foundation’s projects in Mostar on a school trip a few years ago. Recently she returned with her mother Simi. Rasna was kind enough to write this article for us, describing her experience.
HERO (Humanitarians for Education and Recreation Outreach) donated 6 laptops to Our Kids Foundation, so the children we look after can do their homework and learn skills they may need later in the workplace.
Supporters rally in response to challenging times at the Kids Club operated by Our Kids Foundation at the Egipatsko Selo children’s home, Mostar.
For the fourth year in a row, the children, employees and volunteers of our Naša Djeca project in Mostar participated in a benefit concert of dance, music and culture. The event raised over KM2500 (£1000) for the project.
Students from Heathland School, UK, visit Mostar to volunteer at Our Kids Foundation projects including the home for disabled adults, the residential project for young adults leaving care and the kid’s club at the children’s home.