Serbian women with disabilities shatter taboos, transform health services amid pandemic - UNFPA News

by unfpa.org 04/12/2021

BELGRADE, Serbia – Mónika Zsúnyi, 26, can do many extraordinary things. Living in Temerin, Serbia, she has an advanced degree in applied mathematics and spends her time doing 3D modelling. She is an avid reader and community organizer. She is also – like more than a billion people around the world – living with a disability.


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