At the end of 2015, the state of Baden-Württemberg built a shelter for the initial reception of migrants in the Hindenburg barracks in Ulm. The shelter can accommodate up to 500 refugees. The Beurer-Foundation is campaigning for the provision of childcare and medical first-aid support. The Refugee Council in Ulm is providing assistance in this area.
Cooperation with the Refugee Council in Ulm
There are currently around 550 refugees in the barracks with a further 250 refugees expected to arrive
Furniture and fixtures, provision of childcare support, medical first-aid support