BULLETS, collapsed walls, ruined houses, bloodshed, sad faces, tearful eyes, broken hearts, orphans and widows, long queues waiting to see the doctor, racial conflicts, news coverage more than we can bear . . . are these things that come to your mind when you think of Bosnia? A group of secondary students will be giving Hong Kong people a better idea of what is going on in the war-torn region. War has been waging for several years in Bosnia, and the most innocent victims are the children, said Fiona MacMahon of Medecins Sans Frontieres (MSF), a humanitarian organisation set up by a group of doctors to provide medical help to people in crisis around the world. Ms MacMahon recently returned from a 10-day trip to Bosnia. She visited Mostar, Zenica and Tuzla in central Bosnia. 'The region is completely ruined. Houses were damaged, people injured and everyone had a sad story,' she said. Ms MacMahon said Bosnia used to be a beautiful place with lovely scenery but now people can barely survive. 'We have to help them relieve the anger and bitterness created by the war.' To raise funds for the war-torn region, MSF has enlisted the help of Hong Kong students. 'Students are enthusiastic to help and they are aware of what is going on in Bosnia,' Ms MacMahon said. The organisation joined efforts with students from Sha Tin College last year and managed to raise some $4 million to help people in Rwanda. This year, there will be a 24-hour 'Danceathon'. 'It's a way for students to express their feelings and do something for people who need help,' said the 17-year-old student leader of Sha Tin College, Jason de Sousa. 'Students will be playing an important role in organising the activity,' he added. Jason said Hong Kong people were not fully aware of what was going on in Bosnia and he hoped this kind of activity would help raise awareness and concern. About 250 students from the college will be taking part in the event, which starts at 7 pm today and ends at 7 am. MSF welcomes donations and volunteer doctors and nurses who can spend several months in another country to help the needy. For details, call Ms MacMahon on 2338-8277.