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Sanil Djulic - Bosnia and Herzegovina

Sanil was born in 1984 in Mostar where he still lives with his parents and two sisters. Sanil stepped on landmine in 1995 while he was playing with other kids near the family house. The injuries to his right leg led to his leg being amputated below the knee.

LSN and Rotary International provided support for Sanil starting in January 2001 as part of the five-year program of support for child landmine victims. LSN Bosnia-Herzegovina is responsible for the implementation of this program, and thus far Sanil has received assistance in purchasing schoolbooks and school supplies, clothes, materials for house reconstruction, furniture, a computer, and computer training. With this support, Sanil has been able to continue his secondary education and learn new skills using the computer.

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