What’s happening to the refugees stranded in Serbia? – Video

Out of the media spotlight, thousands live in under-resourced camps. Serbia was the gateway to Europe, but with border closures, many have been unable to continue their journey. They’re stuck, their future uncertain.

The infamous ‘Barracks’ – where more than 1,000 refugees lived in absolutely dire conditions, with no access to basic sanitation or water – have been shut. But 4,705 refugees are still stranded in Serbia.

They are spread out across 18 refugee camps, many of which are lacking in basic services.

As always, it’s grassroots groups that are filling the gaps left by government and large NGOs. They inspire us every day, providing aid and services against huge challenges.

You can read more about Help Refugees’ work in Serbia here.

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