During 2016, We shifted our focus from providing lifesaving surgery and medical care to people on the move to addressing the specific needs of those stuck in unsanitary camps.
On Lesbos, for example, we carried out basic healthcare consultations across the island, through our mobile clinics and inside Moria and Kara Tepe registration centres.
We also opened a clinic in Mytilene town centre offering sexual and reproductive healthcare, treatment for chronic diseases and mental health support.
Voices from the field
I am overwhelmed by the severity of each referral that arrives in my inbox…Dr Liz Clark, working in Moria, on the Greek island of Lesbos
I’ve met the people the EU has decided to no longer welcome and protect
Refugees arrive often cold, scared, unsure, confused and in distress
Involuntary eviction from Idomeni creates further hardship for refugees
I am tired of being here and I’m tired of living in fear
Voices from Elliniko
Anxiety and depression in Elliniko sports stadium
MSF resumes activities in Idomeni after clashes and tear gas cause a temporary suspension
MSF calls for immediate opening of 'hotspots'
The mismanagement and poor planning Europe is demonstrating is beyond belief
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