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April

Published: Monday, 19.04.2010

Students visit

Fourteen female students and one male student of the Faculty of Economics in Osijek, visited the SOS Children's Village Ladimirevci.

Accompanied by Professor Mirna Leko Simic, they have visited  SOS Children's Village Ladimirevci as part of Days of volunteering.

On this occasion, the guests visited an SOS family where they had the opportunity to learn about the lifestyles and about care for children in Children's Village.

In an interview with the Director of Children's Village they have learn the ways in which it can become actively involved in providing support and help Children's Village and to support programs for children.

"My students were really impressed what the saw during yesterday's visit, i'm happy," said Professor after visiting the Children's Village.

SOS Children's VillageLadimirevci  is proud for two young people from Children's Village, which were studied at the Faculty of Economics in Osijek, including one at the end of the master and the other at the end of the fourth year.

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