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About Projekt Duga

Projekt Duga means Project Rainbow. In the rainbow we see the desire of God to enter into a covenant with people. Our project is located in the "Kordun" (former Krajina) a deserted area in the inlands of Croatia, near the border with Bosnia. The region is characterized by the presence of minorities: Serbian returnees, Croatian Muslims and Bosnian Croats who fled after the war from Bosnia. It is a forgotten region. In all a great challenge to the power of the Gospel, the only message that can lead to genuine reconciliation. The project has been running since May 1999 and focuses mainly on elderly and children and youth.

At the moment we give particular attention to the children's weekend club (Lion Gang), the annual summer and winter camps, while we are looking for groups that want to visit us. The project has its own campsite and can accommodate 30 people. The campground is maintained by the local youth and children of Lion Gang and the groups that come to visit us. For 2016 we still have room for four groups. The purpose of the camping site is to make it a "Do-It-Yourself-Camp" and to offer a base for reaching out to the people in Croatia and Bosnia.

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Wednesday, 23 May 2012 20:04

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Vandaag (22 mei 2012) eerste overleg met kamp eigenaar van camping in Posedarje gehad. Verliep prettig. Lijkt erop dat we op zijn kampeerterrein (wat meer op een erf lijkt met garage) het zomerkamp aan de zee gaan organiseren. Dit artikel zal in de loop van de tijd worden geactualiseerd. Als thema van de zomer is gekozen voor "Ontmoeting". Betrokkenen die willen meehelpen het programma inhoud te geven kunnen een mailtje sturen aan This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. en krijgen vervolgens toegang tot dit artikel om dat verder aan te passen en van inhoud te voorzien. De bedoeling is om half augustus met 20 jongelui op zomerkamp te gaan.

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