UNICEF’s on-going assistance to families and children from flooded areas

UNICEF’s on-going assistance to families and children from flooded areas

Belgrade, 3 October 2014 – UNICEF delivered backpacks to 6,635 pupils from the “Jefimija” Primary School and eight other primary schools in Obrenovac, as well as two in Krupanj. This delivery is part of UNICEF’s on-going assistance for families and children affected by the floods.


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