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Second humanitarian convoy reaches Serb enclaves

02. May 2011. | 07:19

Source: B92

Another B92 Fund humanitarian aid convoy has reached a Serb enclave in Kosovo, two months after the start of the campaign.

Another B92 Fund humanitarian aid convoy has reached a Serb enclave in Kosovo, two months after the start of the campaign.

27 tons of food were delivered to the village of Prekovce near Novo Brdo.

Serbia's successful companies and entrepreneurs joined the campaign to help those most in need of assistance in Kosovo.

The food delivered to the village soup kitchens will suffice for the next six months, reporters were told.

Previously, the B92 Fund push to provide help for the hungry - part of the Food for All
campaign - saw the delivery of 90 tons of food to soup kitchens in the Kosovsko Pomoravlje District.

Majka Devet Jugovića NGO President Svetlana Stević praised the B92 Fund for the campaign, and said her organization had opened six soup kitchens "where 1,830 poor persons, 80 children among them, receive meals each day".

But Stević noted that there were many people going hungry in the enclave of Štrpce as well, that more such facilities were needed, and called on donors to join the campaign and make sure the existing soup kitchens stay open.


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