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An ambulace from CADUS in front of a truck from Heyva Sor at Tal Tamr.

Tal Tamr Hospital is an important drop-in center for diseased and injured persons in the region – even more so during the ongoing Turkish assaults. Therefore we support our partner organization Heyva Sor and participate in the funding of the hospital's operation cost.

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A kind of entrance sign of the city Serekaniye in Northeast Syria, April 2015.

No, we are not talking about the end of the self-government project in Northeast Syria, although the situation on site is certainly raising concerns.

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A rescue team from Heyva Sor evacuates injured fro Serekanyie into a CADUS ambulance.

The attack on our ambulance, including the driver and our employee, has caused almost no reaction in the media. Why this kind of situation and why that should give us thoughtful voices.

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The bloody passenger seat in the damaged rescue vehicle.

Once again international law was violated by Turkey and its allies: rescue forces were shot at.


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A truck is loaded with food supplies for distribution.

As fighting continues in northeastern Syria, international aid is still much needed. CADUS keeps funding the operation of five ambulances.

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Ambulances financed by CADUS standing in a parking lot of Heyva Sor, ready for deployment.

Thanks to your donations, we have been able to continually supply emergency aid in northeastern Syria. A brief update.

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Fee from Heyva Sor and Verena from CADUS in Erbil after the withdrawal form Northeastsyria. (still-image)

Verena from CADUS and Fee from Heyva Sor with a video statement: since yesterday, all organizations have withdrawn their international teams from northern Syria/Rojava due to the arrival of Syrian government forces. We also had to leave behind our friends and colleagues. Our projects are ongoing and we are working hard to regain access.

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Humanitarian Empowerment - Against the Turkish attack in the northern Syrian territories!

It´s happening, the long feared invasion of Turkey is taking place.
As a humanitarian aid organisation, the principle of neutrality requires us not to take a stand in conflicts. But what we can do is talk about facts.

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Operation room with equipment at al-Hol field hospital.

Our field hospital is well visited. In addition, we are about to open the expansion with some important features.

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The sun rises behind a SUV with an Iraqi flag atached to it.

The reconquest of the Iraqi city of Mosul and thus our medical mission in the west of the city came to an end just over two years ago. Since then, little can be heard from the second largest metropolis of Iraq. Reason enough for us to take a look at the current situation. Where does the city stand with its inhabitants today, what are the conditions and where do perspectives develop?

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