Inspection of Migrant Transit Zones at the Serbian border
Szerző: Főadmin Bejegyzés: 2016. június 16., csütörtök 09:07
In the transit zone of Subotica, around 100 to 150 migrants were, and near the border crossing area, there were around 50 to 100 people. The condition of their placement and supplies were moderate at both camps. HBAid distributed bottles of water to migrant families, who mainly came from Syria and other Arabic-speaking countries. The families said that they had been travelling for several months and would like to start a new life in Western Europe. Near Stara Moravica, HBAid consulted with the organization called ‘Commissariat for Refugees and Migration’, that established an open camp with the capacity of receiving several hundreds of people, about the possible cooperation in the future to help the migrants together. At the Serbian border and in Greece, HBAid will carry out relief work without any governmental support.
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Workers of HBAid in Tacloban again
Five months after the typhoon in Tacloban (Philippines) and its surrounding areas, Hungarian Baptist Aid (HBAid) is rebuilding a school and a kindergarten that were damaged, distributing water purification systems for families, and helping injured children.