Magi’s concerns were left unanswered for months.
“When I had my baby we stayed in hospital for one week. My daughter was rushed back into hospital soon after we came home. She developed an infection because of the cold and damp. My beautiful baby girl now has asthma.
Eventually Magi was moved to a new building. But this had severe water damage, damp and broken windows.
“My biggest worry is for my baby. She is now six months old. I want to let her play freely on the floor but in this house I can’t do that. I just want her to be happy and healthy.”
Because of you Refugee Action has been working with Magi to get her concerns heard. She was even provided with clothes and a pushchair for her baby.
“I am so thankful that Refugee Action is fighting for me. Before I had this support, I knew nothing. When I first met the team from Refugee Action I felt born again, I was filled with confidence because there were people standing behind me.”
Magi has been moved from one unsafe home to another with little explanation to why her pleas for help were ignored for so long. With your support, we can help Magi and the many other people seeking asylum life in safety.