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Published: Friday, 01.04.2016

Being Ana Tomašković’s guest is an experience to remember

When another person recognizes and acknowledges your work and your mission and when that person also happens to have access to the most influential medium, you can safely say that you’ve hit “jackpot”.

 And winners is exactly how we felt as guests of a wonderful lady who invited us to her TV show “Normal Life”, Ms. Ana Tomašković, who is also a social worker by training. We are thankful to her for giving us the opportunity to share the mission and vision of Association SOS Children's Village Croatia with her viewers.

Our representatives truly enjoyed being in the company of our host Ana. Among them were: Gordana Gašparović, SOS mother, Nensi Dubravec, former SOS child, Mario Čović, director of SOS Children's Village Lekenik and Gordana Daniel, national programme development director of SOS Children's Village Croatia.

This particular episode of the show will focus on values, programmes, commitment to diversity, multidisciplinary approach to every child who cannot live in his or her own family and on the fact that such children have found safety and home in this oasis of acceptance, high professional standard and love. Watch us on HTV Channel 1 on Thursday, April 1 at 2:00 PM.

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Published:
Friday, 22.11.2019

A weekend dedicated to flight

From boomerangs to water rockets, kids in the SOS Children's Village Ladimirevci tried their hand at making, testing and learning about flying machines and space vehicles.

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Published:
Thursday, 21.11.2019

Our kids reveal in-depth knowledge of children’s rights

SOS Children's Village Ladimirevci Children’s Parliament holds a session to mark the World Children’s Day.

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Published:
Monday, 18.11.2019

Proud of our Ivan

After living in SOS Youth Facility and completing high school, our young people either join the labour market successfully or they continue on to college. We are proud of our Ivan, who just earned his bachelor’s degree in physics!

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