January 13, 2016

SZS at family Stojanovic from Leskovac

Members of the Charity organization Serbs for Serbs visited at the end of 2015 family Stojanovic living in the Gornja Jajina village near Leskovac. The family moved from Bosnjacka mahala in Kosovska Mitrovica where they were afraid for their life for years. In 2013 the Albanians threw a bomb in the courtyard of the house, so the members mainly lived closed in the house. Father of the family died of heart attack a year ago (most likely out of stress due to great torment and life in constant fear), and he left his wife Dragana with three minor children: Petar (9), Nikola (7) and Nikolina (4).

After the father’s death, the mother and the children decided to leave the house in Kosovska Mitrovica which wasn’t even in their ownership but was given to them for usage by the state of Serbia. The children are still bearing traumas so the removal was necessary. They were renting a place at first, but due to the lack of money (since they live of social benefit in the amount of approximately 20,000 RSD) they went to live with the husband’s parents in the Gornja Janjina village where we visited them.

The parents of the late husband are farmers and they have a greenhouse. In the conversation with the single mother Dragana we came to a conclusion that the family needs cow the most, in order to feed the children and provide additional income to the family.

Single mother Dragana with sons Petar and Nikola

We call upon all the people of good will to get involved and provide financial contributions to the projects of the Charity organization Serbs for Serbs aimed at helping the socially disadvantaged multiple children families throughout Balkan.

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