Od 20.03.2020 za 25.04.2020 mlađima ispod 18. godina je bilo zabranjeno napuštati svoje domove u Federaciji BiH radi sprečavanja širenja Korona virusa (COVID-19). Od 25.04.2020 za 17.05.2020 mladima je bilo dozvoljeno da izađu iz kuće između 14:00 i 20:00 utorkom, četvrtkom i subotom. U Republici Srpskoj, mladima je bilo zabranjeno napuštati svoje domove od 20:00 do 05:00. U ovakvim jedinstvenim prilikama, pitali smo mlade
We are Novi Most, a Christian charity pioneering youth work in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Our team of international volunteers and local workers equip young people to enter their futures with hope and confidence and empower them to become instruments of positive transformation in their communities, by providing them with new opportunities and activities regardless of their ethnic or religious background.
We are a Christian charity that works in Bosnia and Herzegovina with young people from all ethnic backgrounds. Our youth work is delivered by a team of international volunteers and local workers. Our vision is to equip young people to face their futures with hope and confidence. Our name, Novi Most, means “New Bridge” in English. We seek to build bridges between different communities and ethnic groups in the country.
Marko, 12, from Čapljina, has been coming to Centar Novi Most since January 2012 when he enrolled on an English course. He then started coming along to the Saturday drop-in mornings and has been attending most activities at summer programme so far. He says: “everything about Centar Novi Most is good, but my favourite activities are table-tennis and table-football.
Lejla is one of our young volunteers who helps out a couple of times a week when we run Klub Novi Most. She is 15 years old and has been attending activities at Novi Most for 3 years. She has just started at high school and loves learning languages – she is currently studying English, French, German, Latin and Italian.
Ema from Čapljina is twelve and a half years old and is in 7th grade at school. She lives with her mum, dad and two older brothers who are aged 17 and 21. She lives in the same building as Novi Most Čapljina workers Becca and Ivica Šimunović. Ema has been coming to Centar Novi Most for about a year now – she first