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Crown Prince and Crown Princess deliver car tо General Hospital Uzice and aid to Shelter in Kragujevac

After health institutions in Kraljevo, Valjevo, Kovin, Pozarevac and Novi Sad, Their Royal Highnesses Crown Prince Alexander and Crown Princess Katherine delivered another Fiat 500L car, this time to the Health Center in Uzice, designated to transport patients in need of therapy. The funds for the car were provided through the Lifeline Canada Humanitarian Organization,…

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The Royal Couple delivers car to Health Centre in Novi Sad

Their Royal Highnesses Crown Prince Alexander and Crown Princess Katherine, together with Mrs Betty Roumeliotis, sister of Princess Katherine,  visited today Novi Sad and delivered a Fiat 500L for transporting patients in need of therapy to the Health Center Novi Sad. The funds for the car have been provided through the Lifeline Canada Humanitarian Organization,…

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Identifying ways to reduce the reliance on orphanages and to support existent orphanages and programs to meet the needs and wellbeing of the babies, children and youth in institutional care. Support initiatives that transition children from institutional care to small homes programs and successful foster care models that integrate orphaned children into family communities.

Cancer Care in Serbia

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The rates of cancer in Serbia are the highest in Europe. Lifeline is urgently seeking help to effectively bring the incidences of childhood leukemia, cervical and breast cancer to more normalized rates and in line with the rest of Europe. Urgent help from individual donors and NGOs for medicine, medical equipment, strengthening the knowledge of professionals and supporting public health initiatives.

Education and Human Capacity Building

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Supporting the alignment of work and internship opportunities with education to achieve employment of students and youth. As well as supporting volunteerism for those of all ages – youth as well as leveraging the life experience and talents of capable seniors as mentors in various fields of expertise.

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