Serbia: Winterisation for Refugees
Created: 14/01/2017 +


Temperatures have dropped down to -20°C at night in Serbia since early January 2017 – way below the average low of  -2°C.? Even during the day, temperatures are sometimes below -10°C.?

The refugee and migrant population has been particularly affected by the cold wave, due to poor shelter and NFI conditions, and low access to healthcare. There are at least 7,200 refugees in Serbia, with 80 to 100 arriving daily, and around 100 crossing onwards into other countries every weeK.???

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