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Read more. Our history On 4 April Medica Zenica takes up its work with the inauguration of a project house. How medica mondiale came to life. News With travel reports, news and press releases we inform you about what we do. Read the current news. Basic principles of our work Our work with war-traumatised women and girls is based on principles and quality features. Get to know the principles. To carry out its work, medica mondiale relies on the commitment and donations of many people in Germany and other countries.
Donate now online With our online form your donation is easy, secure and fast made. Your contribution counts! Active support You can support the organisation's valuable work by passing on information about it and by collecting donations. Your commitment counts! In autumn — in the middle of the war in Bosnia — Monika Hauser reads about the countless number of raped women.
She reads that Serbian soldiers turn hotels and factories into brothels where women are held captive for days or months. Her shock after reading this is matched only by her outrage at the manner in which the media report about the women: tantamount to abusing them a second time. As a gynaecologist, she decides to take the matter into her own hands.
Monika Hauser meets with indifference when she goes to international aid organisations and presents her idea to take care exclusively of girls and women raped in the war. So she joins forces with about 20 female Bosnian psychologists and doctors. Together, they develop concepts to help war-traumatised women and their children even while the war is still going on.
In Germany, Monika Hauser starts looking for donors — with good results. This generates donations amounting to about DM , In the early days, teams of psychologists and doctors go to neighbouring villages and refugee camps to inform Bosnian women about the support offered. However, at this stage it is impossible to openly mention rapes and torture to them. In the first year, about 4, Bosnian women receive general medical, gynaecological and psychological care. And many more in the years that follow — often under extremely difficult conditions, such as the military blockade cutting almost all parts of Zenica off from the outside world in the mid-nineties.