“This morning around 7:45 I was standing at the gate of Miksalište, waiting for our guard to open the back door, as we don’t open until 10 AM. It was then that I saw two women walking towards us, both limping and walking with much difficulty. Once they were closer, I saw that one was holding a baby of no more than three months, while the other had an older baby in her hands who had something that at first glance seemed like a cold. The woman with the older baby had on shoes that were completely destroyed, even her socks were torn, and both were visibly tired and frightened. RJ, our interpreter, tried to communicate with them, and we realized that they had not eaten for days, that they were hungry, shivering, weak and that they had been sleeping outside. You realize that we live in a world in which, just overnight, women and children can be denied a basic human right, the right to life, and that we all are obliged to help as much as we can and that we must not turn our heads the other way,” says Marija from Miksalište.