Anida Jusić was born on the 3rd of February 2002 in Visoko, Bosnia and Herzegovina. She is currently a Pharmacy student at the University of Sarajevo. She finished primary school " Mehmedalija Mak Dizdar" in Dobrinje as a student of the generation. After finishing primary school, Anida knew pharmacy would be her future profession. At the high school of Pharmacy in Kiseljak, she graduated again as the best student of her generation. She was part of many cultural events and non-governmental organizations during her schooling. She achieved excellent results at municipal, cantonal, and state competitions in physics, mathematics, and Islamic religious studies. In her free time, she likes to watch football matches, pass on her knowledge to younger generations and spend time with family and friends.
As part of the "Youth Network organization," she was part of many humanitarian organizations in her city. She is currently a second-year student at the Faculty of Pharmacy. Thanks to her enviable grade point average, she was recognized as one of the best five (5) students at the ceremony marking the day of the Faculty of Pharmacy. This year, she became part of the "After school program," where she works with children in the "Bjelave" Home for neglected children.
Anida is thankful to the Bosana Foundation for choosing her as a new scholarship recipient. She points out that this is an additional motivation for her to improve and invest in her personal and professional development. Regardless of the uneasy political situation in our country, Anida is a great patriot and wants to show young people with her success that success is possible if you believe in yourself.
Anida loves her country and her native Seoča. She strives to be an inspiration for the community. Anida's life role is: "Everything happens for a reason."