3. Lena Babic enters room where sister Mara Babic is sitting on sofa
4. Close up of photo showing sisters with actress Angelina Jolie
5. Mid of sisters holding photo of themselves with Jolie
6. Close up of Mara Babic
7. SOUNDBITE (Serbian) Lena Babic, refugee:
"I hope she (Jolie) comes back to visit us again when we get the flat. She told me, through a translator: 'Lena, you will not stay here, I'm sure you will get something of your own.' This came about after she saw the conditions we are living in."
8. Various of Borka Mandzo walking to sink, washing up
9. SOUNDBITE (Serbian) Borka Mandzo, refugee:
"I would kiss her feet, truly. I hope we are going to settle down finally."
10. Various of man feeding rabbits outside refugee centre
11. SOUNDBITE (Serbian) Persa Radovic, refugee:
"When I saw the news on TV, I was crying like a little baby. Nothing has ever made me so happy like that."
12. Various of contract for building of new homes for the refugees
13. Wide of site where homes will be built
14. SOUNDBITE (Serbian) Goran Markovic, refugee:
"I will tattoo her name here (showing the shoulder), but I will have to write only Angie, not Angelina."
15. Close up of photograph of Jolie with Babic sisters ++repeated shot++
A US government donation will provide housing for the last 15 people living in a Bosnian refugee camp that movie stars Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt drew attention to by visiting.
The mayor of the eastern Bosnian town of Rogatica, said on Monday the nearly 500,000 US dollar donation will be used for the construction of an apartment building for the refugees who could move in by September.
The mayor said he had lobbied for donations for the refugees for years but the Jolie and Pitt visit to the camp in April was the turning point leading to last week's US donation agreement.
Jolie, a UNHCR (Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees/ UN Refugee Agency) Goodwill Ambassador, has visited some of the projects of the agency, which helps the 117,000 refugees who were left homeless by fighting that ended in Bosnia 15 years ago.
"I will tattoo her name here," said camp resident Goran Markovic, 47, pointing to one of his arms.
Jolie's name is not mentioned in the contract for the new apartment building in Rogatica, 30 miles (50 kilometres) northeast of Sarajevo, but the town's officials and refugees are convinced her visit made the difference.
Two refugees - sisters Lena Babic, 78, and Mara Babic, 72 - fondly remember entertaining Jolie and Pitt on Easter Sunday when they visited them in their small room in the former school that serves as the refugee camp in Rogatica.
But both women only found out later that they were famous actors.
Their neighbour, 68-year-old Borka Mandzo, said she feels indebted to Jolie, and refugee Persa Radovic, 72, said she cried when she heard about the US donation for a new apartment building.