In Central and South East Europe

Making a Difference fro Refugee Children in Europe


In the context of the the refugees crisis in the Balkan region, and the closure of the "Balkan route corridor" the project aims at supporting refugee children with a special focus on unaccompanied and separated children (UASC).

The project is being implemented in Greece and Serbia by IRC and its partners while Terre des hommes (Tdh) focused it intervention on Bulgaria, Macedonia and Albania. In these 3 countries Tdh is monitoring the situation in order to be able to deploy units when needed. 

Tdh mobile units are deployed where and when most needed in each country surveying the situation namely Albania, Bulgaria and Macedonia. The teams are monitoring the situation, identify the gaps and assess the on-ground needs.

This project is building on Tdh experience of runing safe space for refugee children and their families and offers psychological and emotional supportn referrals, a safe space and access to basic services including protection, health, education, legal information, food and WASH etc.

Finally Tdh is monotoring the situation in the region relying on the information provided by professional on the ground and through the region. This surveillance process also participate to the production of a global monthly report on the political, legal and child protection context in the Balkan countries and feed the  advocacy at national and international level.