After 1999, the family of Radan Dzolic from village Tucep near Istok, found temporary accommodation in Jagodina, where they lived until 2011. Unfortunately, while in displacement Radan's wife died, so he had to take care about a fifteen year old son Miroslav and thirteen year old daughter Milica alone.
As the family have not managed to create normal living conditions in Jagodina even after twelve years spent in displacement, Radan decided to take the children back to his father's house in Tucep and continue living in not at all easy conditions.
Radan's father got the house from the Ministry for Kosovo and Metohija, while Danish Refugee Council Serbia used IPA 09 programme to support the family Dzolic, with furniture and household appliances. Radan got a motocultivator with a trailer as support to his family's economic sustainability. He cultivates the land near the house and uses the motorcultivator to transport the products for sale. By doing so, he makes his family's existence.
Despite his hard life, Radan keeps smiling and is always ready for a joke. He hopes that he and his children will have a better life one day.