Bernhard panzer they still exist, the gentle news for the staff of the herzogenaurach refugee care center. Uschi schmidt received the news via whatsapp that dayami gave birth to her child in cuba.
The 34-year-old was deported to her country of origin a few weeks ago. The helferkreis in herzogenaurach had also criticized it because she was already heavily pregnant at that time. Mother and child are doing well, the boy is called christo lukas, they say.
Uschi schmidt also congratulated dayami’s fiance, who she said looked a lot like his father. In the meantime, efforts are continuing to obtain the appropriate papers. Because they want to get married. But it was difficult, says the helper from herzogenaurach, to find out "which papers to get and where, and how to get rid of the block on re-entry."
Every cent pays
In any case, every cent is still needed. The inflation rate in cuba is enormous. Dayami can’t be reached directly by cell phone either, because her tablet has disappeared, says schmidt. But she is sure that "every cent donated helps."
Luiza also congratulates
A reaction also came from kazakhstan, where a family of three from chechnya was deported. Mother luiza sent kissing smileys to the whatsapp group for the birth of dayami’s boy. For luiza and her husband hassan, the situation in kazakhstan is difficult. Two daughters live with families in germany. They would like to go back there, says uschi schmidt. And: "luiza still can’t understand that she can no longer take care of her seniors and that her training was not approved. They are still hoping for a miracle." Meanwhile, her husband hassan had fallen into a deep depression.