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@ITF_fund: Ste vedeli, da je v letu 2015 po svetu zaradi min in eksplozivnih ostankov vojne vsak dan v povprečju umrlo ali bil… https://t.co/tqfzBooDd0
@ITF_fund: Glad @ITF_fund was also a topic of this important discussion! #partnership #Colombia #MineAction https://t.co/EKdZ0mXDOn
@ITF_fund: ITF is grateful for Canada's invaluable support for our activities & to @SLOinCAN for promoting our cause!… https://t.co/AC838s9S6W
@ITF_fund: Danes hlačnice vihamo na Medicinski fakulteti v Ljubljani. Tudi ti zavihaj hlačnico in #PosodiSvojoNogo s študentsk… https://t.co/P1lbrR3rSN
@ITF_fund: V letu 2015 so mine in eksplozivni ostanki vojne poškodovali 6.461 ljudi, od tega jih je 1.672 izgubilo življenje.… https://t.co/FCMDCwrrQ0
@ITF_fund: Zavihaj hlačnico + objavi sliko s #PosodiSvojoNogo = 1€ za rehabilitacijo žrtve konfliktov --->… https://t.co/JUVbRSLb3K
@ITF_fund: Danes smo hlačnice vihali na Pravni fakulteti v Ljubljani s študentsko skupino #panda. Hvala vsem, ki ste sodeloval… https://t.co/OIxIGCils2

Closing event “CROATIA TWENTY YEARS AFTER - mine victims”

19.12.2011
On 13 December 2011, the “Association for Promotion of Equal Opportunities - APEO” organization from Zagreb, Croatia held a closing event for the project “CROATIA TWENTY YEARS AFTER - mine victims: where are they, what do they do, what do they need”.
 
Organization APEO, being the beneficiary of the Project, concluded a year’s work on the project resulting in promotion of the brochure with the same name. The brochure is a valuable contribution to everyone who is related to mine action as well as to all other subjects interested in this matter as it gives an overview of the current number of mine victims in Croatia, their current situation and offers results based on the research of 400 hundred mine victims current quality of life.  It also includes ten interviews offering detailed stories on circumstances leading to their wounding, stories on implementation of their rights, their healing and their current position within the society.
 
The project was funded by the Office of Weapons Removal and Abatement in the U.S. Department of State’s Bureau of Political-Military Affairs through ITF.