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BANJALUKA, December 7 /SRNA/ - Under the auspices of the President of Republika Srpska Zeljka Cvijanovic, the humanitarian campaign “Love to Brave Hearts” is carried out this year for the tenth time.


The money raised in this year’s campaign will be used for the procurement of devices for robot-assisted rehabilitation of children with movement disorders, the president’s office told Srna.

Between 150 and 200 children every year in Republika Srpska need intensive physical robotic therapy, and they cannot have such up-to-date treatment either in Republika Srpska or in Serbia.

The direct effect of applying modern robotics is a considerably better outcome of rehabilitation and improved quality of life of children with cerebral palsy, spina bifida, and head and spinal cord injuries.

The novelty is that young artists from across Republika Srpska are partners to the president in this year’s humanitarian campaign, who will try with their artistic performances to provide help to their friends who are in need of robot-assisted therapy.

The young talents come from Gradiska, Prijedor, Bijeljina, Ugljevik, Teslic, Trebinje, Istocno Sarajevo, Doboj, Mrkonjic Grad, Prnjavor, Drvar, Banjaluka and Zvornik.

M:tel activated the humanitarian phone number 1411 for the campaign on Thursday. People can donate one convertible mark by dialling the number until Christmas, January 7.

The Ministry of Finance of Republika Srpska opened a special purpose account “Love to Brave Hearts” for donations from natural and legal persons with Komercijalna Bank no. 571-010-00002700-15.

As part of the humanitarian campaign, a donor’s evening will be held at the Cultural Centre Banski Dvor in Banjaluka on December 23 at 5 p.m. where citizens will be able to speak with some of the celebrities supporting the campaign.

The first donor’s evening took place in 2010 for children with cancer, and then in 2011 for children with special needs and developmental disorders, in 2012 for children with type 2 diabetes, in 2013 for children with autism, in 2014 for building the Parents’ House in Banjaluka, in 2015 for children with rare genetic diseases, in 2016 for the Centre for the Prevention of Developmental Difficulties Za majku i dijete and in 2017 for the Solidarity Fund for diagnostics and treatments of diseases, conditions and trauma of children abroad. /end/ds