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Aid Group: Refugees Health Problems Treated “Inadequately” in Greece

Refugees and migrants in Greece receive little or no medical care for most health problems they face, and fewer than half of those pregnant...

More Than 1,200 Unaccompanied Child Refugees Waiting for Suitable Accommodations

More than 1,200 unaccompanied child refugees are on waiting lists for a place in suitable accommodations, an associate of the migration policy ministry Alkis...

Doctors of the World Urge Separate Accommodation for Unaccompanied Minors

  The Greek division of Doctors of the World (MdM-Greece) urged the government and other involved groups to put an end to the matter of...

Doctors of the World Leave Chios Hotspot After Refugee Fight

Two refugees were stabbed and three more suffered serious injuries after a violent fight broke out on Thursday night at the Chios refugee registration...

New Refugee Crisis Documentary Centres on Volunteers on Greek Islands

A new short documentary entitled "The Journey" sheds light on some of the protagonists of the ongoing refugee crisis. More than 570,000 refugees and migrants have arrived...

Number of Unvaccinated Children in Greece Rises due to Economic Crisis

The Greek branch of Doctors of the World reported in a recent press conference that more than 250,000 children in Greece do not have...

Stop Migrant Suffering in Greece; List of Top Humanitarian Organizations

Below, you can find all the useful links and contact information of some of the humanitarian organizations struggling to cope with migrant suffering in Greece on a...

Migrants Released from Criticized Greek Detention Center

It was decided on Wednesday, February 18, that Greek authorities gradually start releasing migrants from Amygdaleza detention center, northwest of Athens. The mass release...

One Night in Athens Homeless Shelter

Doctors of the World in cooperation with the Municipality of Athens, who provided the space, and other non-governmental organizations, opened a night shelter for homeless people, providing beds,...

Greece’s Success Story is Killing People  

While Prime Minister Antonis Samaras and his cohorts were celebrating because Greece floated a bond, a 35-year-old woman fell – without floating – to...

Greece Consolidates Health Care in Crisis

Greece's health ministry is merging clinics and creating a new primary national healthcare network in an effort to make the system more efficient amid...

Joint Campaign to Help Athens’ Homeless

The City of Athens, in collaboration with four Greek NGOs, will launch a campaign in order to help the homeless of Athens and enable their...

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