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MANMADE dinner


On International Day for Mine Awareness on April 04, 2012, Mine Detection Dog Center in BH and Marshall Legacy Institute in cooperation with ITF Enhancing Human Security organized the first charity Mine Awareness Night To Make a Difference dinner, which was held in Hotel Inn in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina. 

The proceeds in the amount of over 100.000 KM will be matched by Office of Weapons Removal and Abatement at US Department of State's Bureau of Political and Military Affairs and used for humanitarian demining project, mine victim assistance and mine risk education projects in Bosnia and Herzegovina. 

The main goal of the event was to spread mine awareness and raise funds for landmine eradication. Numerous guests were welcomed by the hosts of the dinner M. Perry F. Baltimore and Mr. Nermin Hadžimujagi? and addresed by Ms.
Denisa Sarajli?-Magli?, Ms. Violeta ?ibuk?i?, Ms. ?ur?a Adleši?, Mr. Jonathan Moore and General Gordon Sullivan.
ITF would like to thank for all the donations raised during the dinner. Thank you!