Cleaning Campaign, Moria Camp, Greece

Since 2011, Europe has witnessed a large influx of refugees who fled Syria after the war broke. Thousands have sought refuge in Greece, residing in Mytilene Island, Moria camp. Residents of the camp suffer from near inhumane living conditions with the absence of their most basic needs. The United Nations Refugee Agency (UNHCR) has stated that the camp is currently at twice its holding capacity with 4,825 people registered. Furthermore, Save The Children issued a statement in September 2017 stating that around 40% of new arrivals are under the age of 18, with over 1,500 unaccompanied minors currently on waiting lists to be housed in child shelters.
With these refugees facing neglection from the humanitarian actors, Jafra Greece launched a Cleaning Campaign as an initial step to support more than 700 refugees of different nationalities.

تحولت جزيرة ميتليني اليونانية منذ سنوات إلى محطة إجبارية لألاف المهاجرين وطالبي اللجوء في أوروبا رغم الظروف الإنسانية ال…

Posted by ‎مؤسسة جفرا | Jafra Foundation‎ on Tuesday, October 24, 2017