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Bosnia and Herzegovina
Know me for my abilities!

On 21 March 2018 in Yerevan, Armenia, Sargis, a ten-year-old boy with Down syndrome decided to break the country’s norms and wear a waiter’s apron to help a bakery sell some of their goods as part...

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Time to go all in: pre-school education for every last child 

Save the Children in North West Balkans has been supporting access to quality Early Childhood Care and Development (ECCD) programs for the past 10 years in Bosnia and Herzegovina. To

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Damir Džumhur becomes Save the Children’s Ambassador

Bosnia and Herzegovina’s most successful tennis player Damir Džumhur has been officially promoted today as Save the Children’s Ambassador in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Džumhur has thus confirmed his...

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Inclusive Education Walks the Walk in Bosnia and Herzegovina

Una is one of some 1000 children with disabilities from Una-Sana Canton: a remote, north-western part of Bosnia and Herzegovina that will benefit from the services of two centres for development...

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You and Me. The Same Love.

Children’s book “You and Me: the Same Love” tells six stories about children who are excluded from normal social life because of their special characteristics – being children with disabilities;...

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Discrimination hinders development of Roma children in Bosnia and Herzegovina

Roma children continue to be left behind from progress that other children have seen in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Without far-reaching changes in the treatment of minorities in many segments of the...

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Defying exclusion – every last child deserves a good start

To be born deaf mute is hard enough. To be born deaf mute into a Roma family adds another layer of difficulty. And if that family is mostly illiterate, that’s down right impossible. Yet, this is...

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