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Speranta - Respite Center
Timisoara

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Societatea Romana Speranta

"Societatea Romana Speranta", are a non-governmental, non-profit making, humanitarian, parent organization for persons (children and adults) with mental handicap, from Timisoara and Timis county. Was established Speranta in 1990 from the initiative of a group of 40 parents.

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