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Rinor Peci in Kosovo late July 2002, aged five.
Five months after his overseas lifesaving surgery
July 31, 2002. Rinor's mother Myzafere writes:

"Rinor's heart disease is today a passed chapter. He's not sick anymore, thanks to the nicest people who helped me save my little boy. It's been about five months since Rinor had his surgery and he's feeling perfect, he's stronger than ever, he plays with the other kids on the playground just like a healthy child should".

"Rinor remembers the friends he met in USA, he misses them so much. He also says that one day when he grows up, he will be going to visit the new friends who saved his life".

"I am so happy to see my son healthy again and so happy that the nightmare is gone and that a miracle has come. I'm very lucky and very grateful to all of you who saved my child and I want that every mother in this earth feel as happy as I do".

"I thank you everybody involved in BOES.ORG/internetlifeline and wish you all the best in your lives. GOD BLESS YOU ALL!!!! I just can't thank you enough".  /Love- Myzafere, mother of two healthy children.

Photo below: In Mitrovica, Kosovo, FRY (Former Republic of Yugoslavia).
Rinor Peci and his 2½ years old sister Djelléza, April 2002, two months after his InternetLifeline, surgery in NY.

Rinor Peci and his 2½ years old sister Djelléza, after his overseas lifesaving surgery
  A Lifesaving Action in international cooperation between BOES.ORG Children's Rights Across the World, based in Scandinavia,
and Rotary International District 7490, Gift of Life, New Jersey, U.S.A.

Cooperating Hospital:
Montefiore Medical Center, Bronx, New York

Surgery Sponsor:
Paterson Noon Rotary Club, NJ

BOES.ORG/internetlifeline - Selected as Finalist in Stockholm Challenge Award 2002
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