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Her Royal Highness Crown Princess Katherine delivered a new ultrasound machine for babies to the Institute for Health Protection of Children and Youth of Vojvodina. The ultrasound machine is a donation of Lifeline Humanitarian Organization Toronto – Canada, whose patron is Crown Princess Katherine, and the value of the machine is $ 20,000.

“I am extremely happy that thanks to Lifeline Humanitarian Organization Toronto – Canada we have the opportunity to donate one more in a series of ultrasound machines. This device would mean a lot to doctors in the diagnosis and treatment, and in that way will also help our little and courageous patients. We care for children from all over Serbia”, said Princess Katherine.

Princess Katherine thanked the Board of Lifeline Toronto – Canada, as well as the church board and the faithful of the St. Stefan Church in Ottawa, Ontario who participated in fundraising for this machine.

Attendees were also addressed by Prof. Dr. Jadranka Jovanovic-Privrodski, acting Director of the Institute:

“On behalf of the Institute for Health Protection of Children and Youth, I want thank Princess Katherine and Lifeline Humanitarian Organization Toronto – Canada for this extremely valuable donation that will help our doctors to work in easier and more effective way. Our cooperation with Princess Katherine and Lifeline has been going on for years and I’m sure it will continue in the future,” said prof. Dr. Jadranka Jovanovic-Privrodski, an acting Director of the Institute.

This ultrasound is the second in a series of large donations of Lifeline Toronto – Canada, the previous medical equipment was donated by Princess Katherine to the Institute for Mother and Child in December 2016.

Donation of HRH Crown Princes Katherine to the Institute for Health Protection of Children and Youth of Vojvodina Donation of HRH Crown Princes Katherine to the Institute for Health Protection of Children and Youth of Vojvodina HRH Crown Princess Katherine and Dr. Jadranka Jovanovic-Privrodski, acting Director of the Institute