Etihad: action humanitaire en Serbie (photos)

etihadLe personnel d’Etihad a mené une action humanitaire pour des réfugiés en Serbie où les migrants sont nombreux et vivent dans des conditions misérables. La crise liée aux déplacements massifs de la population syrienne s’étend et se durcit. La route des Balkans se verrouille chaque jour un peu plus pour les réfugiés. Saluons cette belle action. Découvrez les photos de cette journée de solidarité.

Clown shows, choir singing, folk dancing and donations transformed the Krnjaca asylum centre in Belgrade into a place of joy on Wednesday.

Juma Al Dhaheri, the UAE Ambassador to Serbia, helps distribute care packages to refugee children.

A members of an Etihad Airways teams delivers care packages to refugees.

The Krnjaca asylum centre in Belgrade served as a temporary home for to hundreds of refugees and internally displaced persons fleeing the violence of the 1990s Balkan wars. The few hundred Serbs that still remain in the shelter now share the camp with transiting Syrian and Afghan refugees hoping to head north to other European countries such as Austria or Germany.

More than 2,000 refugee children and Serbian orphans received winter clothing, stationary, school bags, and food parcels at the Krnjaca asylum centre in Belgrade as part of Etihad Airways and Air Serbia’s Colour Their Lives charity programme.

Clown shows, choir singing, folk dancing and donations transformed the asylum seeker’s centre into a place of joy on Wednesday.

Traditional Serbian dancers perform during the event.

Maja Gojković, President of Serbia’s National Assembly, left, Khawla Salem Rashed Al Saaedi, presidential representative for Women and Health Alliance International, and Juma Al Dhaheri, the UAE Ambassador to Serbia, at the event.

Refugees at the event.

More than 2,000 refugee children and Serbian orphans received winter clothing, stationary, school bags, and food parcels at the Krnjaca asylum centre in Belgrade as part of Etihad Airways and Air Serbia’s Colour Their Lives charity programme.

Refugees at the Krnjaca asylum centre in Belgrade.

Refugees attend an event hosted as part of Etihad Airways and Air Serbia’s Colour Their Lives charity programme.

More than 2,000 refugee children and Serbian orphans received winter clothing, stationary, school bags, and food parcels at the Krnjaca asylum centre in Belgrade as part of Etihad Airways and Air Serbia’s Colour Their Lives charity programme.

Refugees receive care packages.

The Krnjaca asylum centre in Belgrade