Since January 2016, RMF has been responding to the refugee crisis by providing comprehensive protection and medical services to at-risk refugees. Our team works in and around Belgrade providing 24/7 access to needed services. Our main goal is to provide first aid and basic primary health care for refugees in Serbia. Our team also has the skills to identify and refer extremely vulnerable individuals — women, children, victims of sexual or gender based violence, victims of human trafficking, or victims of other forms of exploitation — for appropriate assistance and follow-up by relevant institutions.
RMF Serbia addresses gaps in the current government and NGO refugee response by collaborating with other key partners working in the field, primarily those focused on medical, psycho-social, and humanitarian needs, and linking refugees with government institutions through referrals and translation/cultural mediation. We accompany refugees and provide support throughout their treatment, ensuring understanding with service providers and state institutions through the engagement of Arabic and Farsi speaking interpreters and cultural mediators.
RMF works with Serbian government authorities to ensure that appropriate government bodies and agencies are supported in managing an efficient response to the refugee crisis. Our doctors, interpreters, and drivers provide support to state medical institutions with capacity to increase the scale and scope of the current response, as well as accessing underserved areas. Due to the unpredictable nature of the crisis, our team remains mobile and flexible, able to rapidly relocate to the areas in greatest need.
RMF has been responding to Europe’s refugee crisis since January 2016 by providing comprehensive protection and medical services to at-risk refugees.
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