AYS Daily Digest 26/03/17: Is it refugee Mother‘s Day, too?

Many refugee mothers still fear for their safety and future | Syria — Raqqa residents being evacuated; dozens injured in suspected north Hama ‘chlorine gas’ attack | MSF rescue vessels saved hundreds from the sea | Number of refugees in Bulgaria descreased — how? | Volunteers needed in Greece, Italy and elsewhere

Inhumanity is not the solution. Image from yesterday’s widespread protest #NotMyEurope (Photo: No Border Network)

FEATURE

What’s a Mother’s Day for thousands of refugee mothers

Photo: City Plaza

SYRIA

Raqqa evacuation

Photos showing the people of Raqqa in the mountain area, evacuating from the city following orders to leave the area due to possible flooding

Attack on the only hospital with surgical facilities in the region

SEA

Rescue teams saved hundreds of lives today

GREECE

Arrivals and registration on the Greek islands

Lesvos arrivals, Photo: Philippa Kempson
New wooden floors were installed The Get Shit Done Team at the Alexandreia camp that is due to open tomorrow, March 27. (Photo: Refugee Support Greece)

BULGARIA

Number of refugees in Bulgaria decreased

MACEDONIA

Open call: employment for experts in migration

ITALY

Collaboration needed to help the refugees

Somalis need support

Refugee boat was attacked by the coalition that has the support of the US, UK and France

NEW ZEALAND / AUSTRALIA

Refugee English Language Exchange program

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Daily news digests from the field, mainly for volunteers and refugees on the route, but also for journalists and other parties.

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