During 2016 more than 157.000 people arrived in Greece. After the closing of the called “Balkan Route”, around 50.000 refugees and migrants remain in Greece’s mainland and 8.000 in the islands.
Samos: Samos: We are providing shelter and medical care in around 20 families in temporary structures in Vathi and we have started a program of mental health care for all the refugee population remaining in the island.
Lesvos: Lesvos: With mobile clinics, we offer medical care to patients with chronical diseases and mental health support in Kare Tepe camp.
North Greece: With mobile clinics we offer medical care to people who live in camps in Epirus and mental health services in 6 “hot spots” in the broader area of Thessaloniki.
Central Greece: Mobile clinic is visiting the hot spot of Thermopyles once a week, providing mental health services and consulting services in reproductive and sexual health issues.
Attica: MSF provides medical services in refugee camp in Elliniko and in the area of Victoria Square, Mental health care activities are also provided in hot spot of Malakasa, Lavrio and Agios Andreas. In addition we provide medical care, psychosocial support and legal health in victims of torture.