Since the so-called EU-Turkey deal in March 2016, migrants and refugees previously in transit through the Greek islands have been trapped there for an indeterminate time in overcrowded, unsafe and unhygienic conditions, without access to basic services, adequate shelter or information on their legal status.
We provide medical and mental healthcare to migrants on the Greek islands as well as in Athens and in Evros, at the land border between Greece and Turkey. This includes vaccinating migrant children against common childhood diseases, providing sexual and reproductive healthcare, treating chronic diseases and providing care for victims of torture and sexual violence.
Our teams in Lesbos have reported overwhelming numbers of people suffering from serious mental health conditions and we have made repeated calls for vulnerable people to be evacuated and policies of containment to be replaced by sustainable, humane solutions.
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
The mismanagement and poor planning Europe is demonstrating is beyond belief
Testimony from Yazidi refugees in Katsikas Camp, Greece
In 2016 who still counts as human?
The shadow of Syria
EU Migration Crisis Update - May 2016
As a doctor, I feel outraged
Will they kill us here in Europe?
MSF treats hundreds after Greek-FYROM border violence
MSF ends activities inside the Lesvos hotspot
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