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Zoran Panic - Bosnia and Herzegovina

Zoran has been an LSN Outreach Worker since 2002. He was born in 1973 and has two children. Zoran is a military survivor, having been injured during the war while traveling from Tuzla to Sarajevo. It took five hours for him to get to a hospital after he stepped on the landmine, where his foot was partially amputated.

After the war, Zoran became a computer trainer. He also became active in his local sitting volleyball league, where he enjoyed meeting other survivors through the sport. He learned about LSN’s work through LSN’s support of his sitting volleyball league. In 2002, when LSN expanded its service area to Doboj, Zoran was recruited for an Outreach Worker position through the sitting volleyball league.

Zoran loves being an Outreach Worker. The support group he formed for survivors has enjoyed their meetings so much, and found them to be so useful, that they decided to form an amputee association. They are working to expand their membership, with Zoran acting as their advisor.

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