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Ivanjica - Cerebral Palsy Association
Serbia
The Cerebral Palsy Association was founded in 2002. and it has been active in aiding the persons with cerebral palsy or other disabilities. It was commended many times for its work. The secretary of the association, Gradimir Lukovic is visible in the picture.
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Uploaded: 10/08/2013
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