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MRS supplies basic essentials and necessities in order to enable more bearable conditions for those stranded without homes or safety in foreign countries.
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People Not Borders Jul 26
People Not Borders have placed an order for 500 pairs of new shoes! This was a collaborative purchase with RAISE - Refugee Action In Somerset East and CatchASmile Thank you to our supporters❤️
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Roots Apr 16
The only plug socket accessible to the community was destroyed by CRS a few days ago. Thanks to and we've set up charge and wifi points every day this week for 5 hours a day, spreading the cables out over 30m for social distancing
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ORefugeeAidTeam Apr 14
THIS IS THE REALITY of for refugees & volunteers in France right now. So proud of for speaking out about our frustrations & worries, whilst first cases are confirmed. Thank you for covering.
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MobileRefugeeSupport Apr 15
What happens to the people with no home to stay in during this pandemic? And how does it feel to be left behind? Please read this article.
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MobileRefugeeSupport Apr 2
Replying to @MRefugeeSupport
Below is a link to a video that his family wish to be shared so that he may never be forgotten.
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MobileRefugeeSupport Apr 2
Replying to @MRefugeeSupport
May he find some peace away from this cruel world. بكل معاني الحزن والأسى يتقدم فريق عمل MRS بخالص التعازي و المواساة لأسرة و عائلة وأصدقاء الفقيد *بكر مسلم الحداد* إثر وفاته في حادث أليم ، نسأل الله ان يرزق اهله الصبر والسلوان وان يغفر له ويرحمه ويسكنه فسيح جناته .
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MobileRefugeeSupport Apr 2
Replying to @MRefugeeSupport
He was a kind and gentle boy who was dearly loved by many, including our whole team of volunteers. He should have been safe in the accommodation with his sisters, instead he was forced to fend for himself in this extremely hostile environment. This is a tragedy of the worst kind.
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MobileRefugeeSupport Apr 2
Replying to @MRefugeeSupport
Baqer has been in north France for nearly two years with dreams of being reunited with the rest of his family in the UK. On the 9th March his life was taken in a train accident. The incident was barely reported upon and no formal investigation was conducted.
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MobileRefugeeSupport Apr 2
While the current Covid-19 crisis continues to dominate our news, other tragedies have occurred almost unacknowledged. Three weeks ago a 15 year old Iraqi boy was killed a after being denied accommodation at a centre where his two sisters were permitted to stay.
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MobileRefugeeSupport Mar 22
Truly good news thanks to to ! A big THANK YOU to all participants.
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ORefugeeAidTeam Mar 15
THE PANEDMIC: What does it mean for those who CANNOT 'self-isolate' & do NOT have clean water & soap to hand? Why have been left out of the equation along with the risk to frontline teams like @DunkirkRefugees?
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Franziska Grillmeier Mar 14
🚨 ALERT: If you are one of 20,000 living in a tent without lock or mattress, without hot water, without waste control, without sufficient soap, without functioning toilets in a space like — which home are you supposed to remain at?
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MobileRefugeeSupport Mar 14
Replying to @o_refugee
We value your constant support so much . Your thoughts mean a lot to us, whilst we are all hoping for the situation to turn out in the best possible way.
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MobileRefugeeSupport Mar 13
Replying to @bigleaffoundat1
Thanks to the recent translations of we can now put up posters in all relevant languages. 4/4
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MobileRefugeeSupport Mar 13
Replying to @MRefugeeSupport
This means that if anyone gets infected, the chances of an even faster and severe spreading of the virus are more than likely. We cannot say that anyone is prepared for this scenario to happen. Adapting the way we work and taking extra precautions is the only thing we can do. 3/4
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MobileRefugeeSupport Mar 13
Replying to @MRefugeeSupport
We must not take this pandemic too lightly. The people who are sleeping rough in Northern France have no protection nor access to hygiene facilities like showers or toilets. The provided waterpoint is poorly installed and far away from the main camp. 2/4
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MobileRefugeeSupport Mar 13
With the Corona virus starting to become a rather serious topic and numbers of cases increasing all over Europe by the day, we had to start taking serious precautions about the way we work. Today we put up posters during distribution and engaged social distancing. 1/4
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ORefugeeAidTeam Mar 13
WHILST WE ASSESS whether or not the latest will permit us to deliver aid to in & next week, we're starting this day by thanking Sir . For never, ever giving up. With @DunkirkRefugees
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MobileRefugeeSupport Mar 13
Perfect. Thank you. We started putting up posters today but not as detailed as these!
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MobileRefugeeSupport Mar 10
Thankfully, Finland, France, Germany, Luxembourg and Portugal have agreed to accept unaccompanied and sick children. This is a good step, but still no one should have to remain in the inhuman conditions on the Greek border! via
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