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Croatia’s main transit camp closes as Balkan route remains shut

Croatia’s main transit camp closes as Balkan route remains shut

The Croatian Red Cross had been the lead humanitarian agency inside the Slavonski Brod centre before it closed down on 15 April 2016.

“Terrorists threatened to kill me, so I fled”

“Terrorists threatened to kill me, so I fled”

Zakaria Murady worked until recently in a private, foreign bank in the province of Kunduz in Afghanistan.

Syrian life-saver on route to safety in Europe

Syrian life-saver on route to safety in Europe

A 22-year-old student and Red Crescent volunteer from Syria tells of how he was forced to flee his country, making now his way across Europe in search of ...

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Contact details

Address:

Ulica Crvenog kriza 14
10000 Zagreb

Contact Information:

Tel: (385) (1) 4655814
Fax: (385) (1) 4655365
Email: redcross@hck.hr
Web: http://www.hck.hr/

Language of correspondence: English

People:

  • President: Dr. Josip JELIC
  • Secretary General : Mr Robert MARKT
  • Spokesperson: Ms Katarina ZORIC
  • International Relations : Ms Maja ANTONIC
  • Head of Disaster Management and Life Saving: Ms Silvana RADOVANOVIC
  • Head of Asylum and Migration: Ms Sanja PUPACIC
  • Head of Tracing Service: Ms Vesna KRIVOSIC
  • Head of Health and Social Welfare: Mr. Vijorka ROSEG
  • Youth and Volunteering: Mr. Josip VULETIC
  • Head of Finance and Accounting: Ms Ivana POPLASEN
  • Head of Legal Affairs and Human Resources: Ms Gordana CAREVIC

Latest appeals

22 June 2016
Croatia - Population Movement (MDRHR002)
Croatia - Emergency Appeal Revision No. 1
27 April 2016
Croatia - Population Movement (MDRHR001)
Croatia - DREF Operation Final Report
11 March 2016
Croatia - Population Movement (MDRHR002)
Croatia - Croatia migration EA OU 1
9 February 2016
Croatia - Population Movement (MDRHR002)
Croatia - Emergency Appeal
1 December 2015
Croatia - Population Movement (MDRHR001)
Croatia - DREF Operation Update

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