Helping a Kosovo village

The Zahir School stands at the end of a road that "dissolves into a cow trail" in the remote village of Turiqica, Kosovo, a half mile from the Serbian border in a place heavily impacted by recent civil strife. Elder Sam Juncker and his wife, Sister Andrea Juncker, humanitarian service missionaries assigned to the Skopje, Macedonia, area found the families of this Kosovo community "in dire poverty" with virtually no employment. Twenty-five children in the village were attending the school that they describe as being in "horrendous shape" and, according to Elder Juncker, on the verge of being closed by the village because of its poor condition.
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