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DW | Refugees: German cities are reaching their limits, 25 Sep crisis
[Pastor Frank Ungerathen] and his team had hoped that the situation would not again reach the point it did during the refugee crisis of 2015/2016, when people also had to be accommodated in gym halls and even tents. But there is simply no more housing available in the small city of about 50,000 residents.
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"We need an orderly system to really provide people with -- and this is the important thing for me -- not just a roof over their head and a bed, but more. They need a place at school, or day care: they also need psychosocial care, especially when it comes to families and children who are dealing with war-related trauma," she said.
by Cat on Tue Sep 27th, 2022 at 07:49:59 AM EST
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