Below is a piece of text written by a young girl named Almira that I’ve translated into English. Her story is painful to read, highlighting the issues many people in Bosnia and Herzegovina suffer from. Yet, as I worked on this text I found much to be celebrated. Almira is bright, inquisitive, and has a..
2021 was another year of uncertainty for many across the globe. Bosnia and Herzegovina as many of you know already struggled with high poverty rates upon the start of the pandemic, yet COVID-19 impacted Bosnian households even more in many ways including job loss, higher prices of food and other basic goods, disruptions to health..
The commencement of this school year was a busy period for us. The number of children whose parents could not afford daily lunch at schools increased since onsite teaching resumed. We worked tirelessly with our partner schools and suppliers to make arrangements to provide daily lunches to these children. In addition to the schools we..
Since the outbreak of the Coronavirus, we have been supporting Bosnian families with food parcels. During the pandemic, many parents have lost their only source of income, making it inevitable that children will experience food shortages at home. Thanks to the help of our philanthropists, we have collected large food packages (each worth € 102)…
What a year it has been! The year 2020 was an unprecedented one, full of challenges and changes. Despite that, and thanks to your unwavering support, Charity Bosnian Kids was able to deliver on some significant results. We are eternally grateful for your support and for becoming a part of our global community. Your support..