News

In the last week news broke of Croatian police finally being caught red handed during illegal push-backs and violence against refugees. We spoke with Celestine*, from Cameroon, to gather his testimony from an illegal push back that occurred end of October this year on the Bosnian-Croat border near the village of Kladusa. Here are excerpts from the Testimony.

Roman Kutzowitz

A photo report by Christoph Löffler about fleeing and shelter for the 18th International Migrants Day.
Explanatory notes about the attempt to help people.
And an implicit call for donations.

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After our mobile hospital crossed the border to Rojava, things have gone quiet around our commitment in Northern Syria. Rest assured, we have not been idle in the region — but safety considerations left us in doubt of how to report.

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A few weeks ago, we announced our intention to work on Lesvos as part of our Emergency Response Balkans. After our team had observed the situation on the ground for a few days, it became clear that as an organization we could not imagine working in the local conditions. The reasons for this decision can be found in our statement below.

Corinna Schäfer

Our team arrived in Bosnia, the treatment of refugees has begun.

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We finished our preparations for our mission in Bosnia. Disillusionment with our returned team from Lesbos at the same time.

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In the summer of 2017, the reconquest of Mosul made headlines worldwide. A humanitarian disaster was in full swing, when we arrived there with our teams. A retrospection with insights from our blog.

 

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Our mission is (most probably, fingers crossed) starting this week. And the Mobile Hospital is almost in Afrin. Our very busy CADUS Head of Mission Anne Dekker with an Update from Northern Syria.

Henryk was in Iraq for CADUS last year. His engagement for the rebuild of medical structures isn't over after his return to Germany.

Interview and picture: Kenny Karpov

On Thursday, May 24th, CADUS and the Kurdish Red Crescent joined together for the first training of the mobile hospital. About 15 Kurdish Red Crescent crew members joined the CADUS project coordinators, infield head of mission, and technician to learn about the operation of the mobile hospital which will soon be utilized in the field.