Here in this country one does not use or hear a 'thank you'!
It is rather 'thanks be to God' (Bogu Hvala)
We travel to 100 villages delivering a supply of food and hygienic supplies to 250 poor and destitute elderly and families. Our food package consists of 2 liters of oil, corn meal, dry beans, rice, barley, sugar, soup mix, salt, pasta, flour, coffee, cookies, candy, jam, butter, cheese, frozen chicken, meat and milk.
We visit them every four to six week. Many visiting pilgrims help in our food deliveries.
Civita lives alone, never married. Lives in her sister house. Blind in one eye and can hardly see out of the other eye. She appreciate our help.
Jozo and Viktor Vistica from Grabovnik
It was a big family of 12. Many of them died during the war. They are the only ones left in the family home.
Kata lives in a one room house, has no running water. Collects rain water as it drips from the roof. She has no income. She was never married, has no family.
This is one of the families we help. There are six in the family. The father is out of work. The twins were overjoyed when we gave them their new jackets.
Mara sister died now she is alone. Never married. This is the family home. She is very poor.
We found a community of gypsies at the dump in Capljina. They are in great need of food and clothing. We place them on our monthly delivery.
Emina is a refugee from Bosnia. She lives alone
in a two room house. She has no water,
so her neighbor helps her with a bucket of water.