Following refugees from South Sudan and Syria by ‘Doctors without borders’

Thursday, 06/16/2016


imageToday I found myself in a huge city and was really happy to have Google maps offline…

On a square in the middle of the town some big white tents were put up from the organisation I collect donations for on this blog and I started to talk with the people of ‘Medicins Sans Frontières’. Most of them had been already to some of the hotspots of their work like Lesbos or Macedonia.


In these tents usually used as portable hospitals you could first inform yourself about the situation in South Sudan and Syria.





Finally you’ve entered the last tent where you could accompany those refugees on their way to Europe under catastrophic circumstances with augmented reality.

Find out more about this campaign…

Milionidipassi-experience by

If you also would like to support this independent organisation – have a look to my german site.

From Bavaria to Rome – the donation site

And finally a report about this campaign by an italian newspaper…



Elena and Gaetan on their trip

I’d like to introduce to you a couple I’ve met yesterday on the road from Mestre to Vicenza.

They’re started their journey in Paris about 1 1/2 months ago and will be on the road for about a year – wow!
Ob their website you’ll find a map of the trip and can follow them.

Here is there blog…have a look…

Elena and Gaetan on the run