For its third mission in the regions of Kosovo and Metochia, in 2014, Europen Solidarity Front for Kosovo (ESFK) decided to be there twice: from the 1st to the 5th of October and from the 4th to the 7th of November.
The european volunteers involved in the last ESFK’s solidarity mission were more than ever, coming from Italy, Czech Republic, Spain, Finland, Greece, Germany and Poland.
Many people, from different countries, all united in the name of a volunteering project that knows no borders.
“This was a tour de force that ESFK already undertook in the 2013 by distributing food to families in the enclave of Štrpce and in a school there, where school materials and multimedia equipment were donated”, declare Matteo Caponetti, italian spokesman of the organization.
The “tour de force” of last year was specifically focused on three families in need and a school in Štrpce, one of Kosovo’s largest Serb enclaves. Food, clothes, games, sports equipment and technological stuff were given to Serb population and Sharski Odred’s students of Sevce, a small village in the Štrpce District.