Mohad fled Somalia suddenly five years ago and, after a treacherous journey, finally reached safety in Malta. There he was safe, but had no chance to reunite with his family. Mohad's move to Poland means that, technically, he can bring his family of five to join him – if only he can find the money. It will cost thousands of dollars. A huge sum for a refugee with no job and still learning the language.
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Bulgaria: Hadaf’s dilemma
Hadaf and her husband, Mohammed fled escalating sectarian violence in Iraq in 2007. They live now in Bulgaria and Hadaf works as a social mediator for the Bulgarian Red Cross helping other refugees find their way in the country.
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Hungary: Mohammad’s dilemma
Mohammad and his wife, Sitara fled Sri Lanka after he had been imprisoned and accused of helping the insurgent Tamil Tigers. They reached the Hungarian border just hours before Sitara gave birth to their daughter.
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