Peacebuilding in Bosnia

Our Bus Climbed the mountains into the tiny town of Neum on Bosnia's Adriatic coast, where our small NGO (nongovernment organization) would be working again this past summer, as we have done for the last three summers.

We looked out at the peaceful, colorful scene below. Small farms dotted the landscape—the colors everywhere were vibrant, as Bosnians (Serbs and Muslims alike) use every space available to cultivate fruits, vegetables, and flower gardens. Beach houses topped with orange-tiled Mediterranean roofs, contrasted with the sparkling, steely blue of the Adriatic Sea, completed the bold dashes of color.

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