Funded project

Help syrian refugees

Presevo - Syrian Arab Republic

The Republic of Serbia is facing a humanitarian crisis, rapidly and dramatically increasing every day. 115,000 migrants from war affected areas in Asia and Africa passed Serbian territory since the beginning of the year. Most of them are from Syria, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Iraq, Eritrea and Ghana. During July and August, 1100 - 2000 migrants pass through north borders in Serbia daily, with an aim to reach south border with Hungary as soon as possible.

Funded thanks to:
  • Donors
  • Total raised
    • Nicequest clients 10.003€
  • Direct beneficiaries 500

    Those people who have naturally benefited from the project's interventions.

  • Indirect beneficiaries 800

    Those identifiable people who will potentially recieve an effect from the project's activities.

Aldeas Infantiles SOS


  • Materials 6.000€
  • Others 4.000€
  • Total 10.000€


Migrants are coming to border line with Serbia exhausted, hungry, with wounds on their feet, and a lot of them, especially children are suffering from fever, diarrhea, respiratory infections and sunstroke. There are a significant and increasing number of pregnant women, new mothers, infants and young children, as well as unaccompanied children.

From January to end-July 2015, a total of 15,280 minors have been registered, 4,122 of whom are unaccompanied, including 3,498 boys and 614 girls. The total number of registered minors has increased by more than 350% from May (1,973) to July (7,080).

Serbian state is trying to organize adequate care and assistance to migrants, but the majority of avoid any registration or formal procedures because they want as quickly as possible to continue their journey to the final destination in the EU. They often lack the information as they cannot communicate with the local population and services because of language and different cultural patterns (especially women). This makes them particularly vulnerable and in high risk of all kinds of exploitation, trafficking and abuses by local crooks and criminals.
Activists and NGOs started offering help in this area as well but present state and other capacities for support (asylum centers, supplies, information points and transportation) are insufficient, especially for urgent replay.


  • Providing food and sanitation packages, raincoats, blankets and basic hygiene items based oh refugees needs. Each kit costs around 20€.
  • Providing adequate care and assistance, medical and psycho-social support to children and families and useful information.

Who will benefit?

500 refugees specially unaccompanied children, young mothers, mothers with children (especially malnourished children under 5 years) and pregnant women, will receive an emergency kit with alimentation and sanitation products and specific material to tackle their urgent needs.

Project objectives

Help children traveling alone, young mothers and mothers with young children with malnutrition and protect them from the effects of war and displacement.

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