In March 1992, the Socialist Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina declared its independence from the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia, ushering in a civil war between Bosniaks and Croats versus the Serbs who have been towards the decision. While all three groups are Slavic, the Bosniaks are mainly Muslim, while the Serbs are Orthodox and the Croats Catholic. A peace agreement was reached in 1995, but the area was left with over 200,000 casualties and some 2.5 million refugees and evacuees. In Bosnia, a civic group was established in 2015 to support “youngsters born out of war.” The targets of its applications embody children born from rape and children born between native residents and United Nations troopers deployed in Bosnia. As many as 13 younger women and men who got here from similar backgrounds are energetic within the group, and Lejla, who’s in an MBA course, intends to hitch those young folks someday.