Covid-19 increases the needs and reduces access to assistance for refugees, asylum seekers, IDPs and migrants
The overcrowded and horrific living conditions in the migrant reception centre hotspots on the Greek islands provide the perfect storm for a COVID-19 outbreak
In Moria camp, on the island of Lesvos, the Greek government is deliberately depriving at least 140 children with chronic, complex and life-threatening diseases of adequate medical care.
What was once touted as a ‘refugee emergency’ has given way to a chronic cycle of containment and despair and to inexcusable levels of human suffering across the Greek islands and on mainland Greece.
Everywhere around the world, we work with refugees and we see people who have lost everything and are struggling to have access to basic living conditions
MSF use a programme to access affordable versions of the pneumonia vaccine to protect refugee children in Greece against the number one childhood killer worldwide
Greek authorities are trapping thousands of men, women and children on the Greek islands leaving them on the brink of a humanitarian emergency.