Since Europe’s borders were closed in mid-2016, some 80,000 people have been ‘kidnapped’ in Greece. Thousands of them continue to live in abandoned buildings or refugee camps without any hope. Although it is not news covered, the situation continues to worsen, and the number of refugees is increasing every day in Greece. There are a lot of families that literally live on the street. Aware that we could not leave refugees to their fate, SOS has been carrying out enormous humanitarian work in all of these squats and in camps near Athens.
We provide food and other necessities to:
In total, we are talking about more than 5,100 people
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