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Czech Republic has made the eleventh donation to the ITF


ITF has received the eleventh donation from the Czech Republic in the amount of 84.810 EUR. Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) has been signed at the Czech Embassy in Ljubljana by H.E. Ivana Hlavsova, Czech Ambassador to Slovenia, and Mr. Iztok Ho?evar, ITF Director’s Advisor for International Relations. The donation will enable demining of 32.166 square meters of mine contaminated land in the Kolimer village located in the outskirts of Tuzla, Bosnia and Herzegovina, as well as it will support mine victims assistance programme which is going to be implemented by a Bosnian non-governmental organization “Eco Sport Group”. The latter is well known for its unique method combining of psycho-physical rehabilitation, sports and educational activities with the ultimate aim of securing equal rights for persons with disability.  

Czech Republic is one of ITF’s most regular donor countries and has contributed on a yearly basis to ITF ever since its inception in 1998. Donations from Czech Republic now amounting to nearly 470.000 EUR were all earmarked to support demining and mine victim’s assistance activities through out the region of South East Europe.