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Equipment of a refugee shelter

Along with the integration initiatives of German business, the Regine Sixt Children's Aid Foundation is sponsoring unaccompanied refugee minors. As part of a pilot project, Burg Schwaneck was converted into accommodation and provided with infrastructure. The aim here, in particular, is to provide the young people with new hope.

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COUNTRYGermany
CITYErfurt
PERIOD2015

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