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Moria refugees sleeping rough in Lesbos

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On the night of Tuesday 8 September, a huge fire engulfed Moria camp, Europe’s largest refugee camp on the island of Lesbos in Greece. More than 12,000 people have become homeless, as the fires destroyed both parts of the official camp and the tents in the over-spill areas surrounding the camp.

They are now scattered everywhere and nowhere, living alongside the road and on the parking lot of the local Lidl.

We started our operations in Greece in October 2015 as the humanitarian situation for people arriving irregularly from Turkey rapidly worsened. Oxfam is currently active in Lesbos island where we run a protection program that, amongst others, provides free legal aid and psycho-social counseling to asylum seekers through partner organisations. We also work with them on advocacy at the Greek, Brussels and member states level.

Photo Credit: Violeta Dimitrakopoulou/Oxfam
Moria refugees sleeping rough in Lesbos

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On the night of Tuesday 8 September, a huge fire engulfed Moria camp, Europe’s largest refugee camp on the island of Lesbos in Greece. More than 12,000 people have become homeless, as the fires destroyed both parts of the official camp and the tents in the over-spill areas surrounding the camp.

They are now scattered everywhere and nowhere, living alongside the road and on the parking lot of the local Lidl.

We started our operations in Greece in October 2015 as the humanitarian situation for people arriving irregularly from Turkey rapidly worsened. Oxfam is currently active in Lesbos island where we run a protection program that, amongst others, provides free legal aid and psycho-social counseling to asylum seekers through partner organisations. We also work with them on advocacy at the Greek, Brussels and member states level.

Photo Credit: Violeta Dimitrakopoulou/Oxfam
Moria refugees protest after camp burns down

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On the night of Tuesday 8 September, a huge fire engulfed Moria camp, Europe’s largest refugee camp on the island of Lesbos in Greece. More than 12,000 people have become homeless, as the fires destroyed both parts of the official camp and the tents in the over-spill areas surrounding the camp.

A new temporary camp is being built by the Greek military in collaboration with UNHCR. But other than a roof over their heads, this camp does not give access to any other essential services such as doctors, social workers, lawyers or psychologists.

We started our operations in Greece in October 2015 as the humanitarian situation for people arriving irregularly from Turkey rapidly worsened. Oxfam is currently active in Lesbos island where we run a protection program that, amongst others, provides free legal aid and psycho-social counseling to asylum seekers through partner organisations. We also work with them on advocacy at the Greek, Brussels and member states level.

Photo Credit: Violeta Dimitrakopoulou/Oxfam
Moria refugees sleeping rough in Lesbos

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On the night of Tuesday 8 September, a huge fire engulfed Moria camp, Europe’s largest refugee camp on the island of Lesbos in Greece. More than 12,000 people have become homeless, as the fires destroyed both parts of the official camp and the tents in the over-spill areas surrounding the camp.

They are now scattered everywhere and nowhere, living alongside the road and on the parking lot of the local Lidl.

We started our operations in Greece in October 2015 as the humanitarian situation for people arriving irregularly from Turkey rapidly worsened. Oxfam is currently active in Lesbos island where we run a protection program that, amongst others, provides free legal aid and psycho-social counseling to asylum seekers through partner organisations. We also work with them on advocacy at the Greek, Brussels and member states level.

Photo Credit: Violeta Dimitrakopoulou/Oxfam
Moria refugees sleeping rough in Lesbos

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On the night of Tuesday 8 September, a huge fire engulfed Moria camp, Europe’s largest refugee camp on the island of Lesbos in Greece. More than 12,000 people have become homeless, as the fires destroyed both parts of the official camp and the tents in the over-spill areas surrounding the camp.

Children, women and men are now desperately looking for a new roof over their heads.

We started our operations in Greece in October 2015 as the humanitarian situation for people arriving irregularly from Turkey rapidly worsened. Oxfam is currently active in Lesbos island where we run a protection program that, amongst others, provides free legal aid and psycho-social counseling to asylum seekers through partner organisations. We also work with them on advocacy at the Greek, Brussels and member states level.

Photo Credit: Violeta Dimitrakopoulou/Oxfam
Moria refugees sleeping rough in Lesbos

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On the night of Tuesday 8 September, a huge fire engulfed Moria camp, Europe’s largest refugee camp on the island of Lesbos in Greece. More than 12,000 people have become homeless, as the fires destroyed both parts of the official camp and the tents in the over-spill areas surrounding the camp.

They are now scattered everywhere and nowhere, living alongside the road and on the parking lot of the local Lidl.

We started our operations in Greece in October 2015 as the humanitarian situation for people arriving irregularly from Turkey rapidly worsened. Oxfam is currently active in Lesbos island where we run a protection program that, amongst others, provides free legal aid and psycho-social counseling to asylum seekers through partner organisations. We also work with them on advocacy at the Greek, Brussels and member states level.

Photo Credit: Violeta Dimitrakopoulou/Oxfam
Moria refugees sleeping rough in Lesbos

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On the night of Tuesday 8 September, a huge fire engulfed Moria camp, Europe’s largest refugee camp on the island of Lesbos in Greece. More than 12,000 people have become homeless, as the fires destroyed both parts of the official camp and the tents in the over-spill areas surrounding the camp.

We started our operations in Greece in October 2015 as the humanitarian situation for people arriving irregularly from Turkey rapidly worsened. Oxfam is currently active in Lesbos island where we run a protection program that, amongst others, provides free legal aid and psycho-social counseling to asylum seekers through partner organisations. We also work with them on advocacy at the Greek, Brussels and member states level.

Photo Credit: Violeta Dimitrakopoulou/Oxfam
Moria refugees sleeping rough in Lesbos

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On the night of Tuesday 8 September, a huge fire engulfed Moria camp, Europe’s largest refugee camp on the island of Lesbos in Greece. More than 12,000 people have become homeless, as the fires destroyed both parts of the official camp and the tents in the over-spill areas surrounding the camp.

A new temporary camp is being built by the Greek military in collaboration with UNHCR. But other than a roof over their heads, this camp does not give access to any other essential services such as doctors, social workers, lawyers or psychologists.

We started our operations in Greece in October 2015 as the humanitarian situation for people arriving irregularly from Turkey rapidly worsened. Oxfam is currently active in Lesbos island where we run a protection program that, amongst others, provides free legal aid and psycho-social counseling to asylum seekers through partner organisations. We also work with them on advocacy at the Greek, Brussels and member states level.

Photo Credit: Violeta Dimitrakopoulou/Oxfam
Moria refugees protest after camp burns down

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On the night of Tuesday 8 September, a huge fire engulfed Moria camp, Europe’s largest refugee camp on the island of Lesbos in Greece. More than 12,000 people have become homeless, as the fires destroyed both parts of the official camp and the tents in the over-spill areas surrounding the camp.

Refugee women are protesting that they will be relocated to a newly build camp where their situation will be just as dire as before.

We started our operations in Greece in October 2015 as the humanitarian situation for people arriving irregularly from Turkey rapidly worsened. Oxfam is currently active in Lesbos island where we run a protection program that, amongst others, provides free legal aid and psycho-social counseling to asylum seekers through partner organisations. We also work with them on advocacy at the Greek, Brussels and member states level.

Photo Credit: Violeta Dimitrakopoulou/Oxfam
Moria refugees protest after camp burns down

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On the night of Tuesday 8 September, a huge fire engulfed Moria camp, Europe’s largest refugee camp on the island of Lesbos in Greece. More than 12,000 people have become homeless, as the fires destroyed both parts of the official camp and the tents in the over-spill areas surrounding the camp.

A new temporary camp is being built by the Greek military in collaboration with UNHCR. But other than a roof over their heads, this camp does not give access to any other essential services such as doctors, social workers, lawyers or psychologists.

We started our operations in Greece in October 2015 as the humanitarian situation for people arriving irregularly from Turkey rapidly worsened. Oxfam is currently active in Lesbos island where we run a protection program that, amongst others, provides free legal aid and psycho-social counseling to asylum seekers through partner organisations. We also work with them on advocacy at the Greek, Brussels and member states level.

Photo Credit: Violeta Dimitrakopoulou/Oxfam
Moria refugees protest after camp burns down

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On the night of Tuesday 8 September, a huge fire engulfed Moria camp, Europe’s largest refugee camp on the island of Lesbos in Greece. More than 12,000 people have become homeless, as the fires destroyed both parts of the official camp and the tents in the over-spill areas surrounding the camp.

Refugee women are protesting that they will be relocated to a newly build camp where their situation will be just as dire as before.

We started our operations in Greece in October 2015 as the humanitarian situation for people arriving irregularly from Turkey rapidly worsened. Oxfam is currently active in Lesbos island where we run a protection program that, amongst others, provides free legal aid and psycho-social counseling to asylum seekers through partner organisations. We also work with them on advocacy at the Greek, Brussels and member states level.

Photo Credit: Violeta Dimitrakopoulou/Oxfam
Moria refugees sleeping rough in Lesbos

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On the night of Tuesday 8 September, a huge fire engulfed Moria camp, Europe’s largest refugee camp on the island of Lesbos in Greece. More than 12,000 people have become homeless, as the fires destroyed both parts of the official camp and the tents in the over-spill areas surrounding the camp.

They are now scattered everywhere and nowhere, living alongside the road and on the parking lot of the local Lidl.

We started our operations in Greece in October 2015 as the humanitarian situation for people arriving irregularly from Turkey rapidly worsened. Oxfam is currently active in Lesbos island where we run a protection program that, amongst others, provides free legal aid and psycho-social counseling to asylum seekers through partner organisations. We also work with them on advocacy at the Greek, Brussels and member states level.

Photo Credit: Violeta Dimitrakopoulou/Oxfam
Moria refugees protest after camp burns down

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On the night of Tuesday 8 September, a huge fire engulfed Moria camp, Europe’s largest refugee camp on the island of Lesbos in Greece. More than 12,000 people have become homeless, as the fires destroyed both parts of the official camp and the tents in the over-spill areas surrounding the camp.

They are now scattered everywhere and nowhere, living alongside the road and on the parking lot of the local Lidl. A woman looks down at the crowd on the now homeless refugees and asylum seekers from Moria camp.

We started our operations in Greece in October 2015 as the humanitarian situation for people arriving irregularly from Turkey rapidly worsened. Oxfam is currently active in Lesbos island where we run a protection program that, amongst others, provides free legal aid and psycho-social counseling to asylum seekers through partner organisations. We also work with them on advocacy at the Greek, Brussels and member states level.

Photo Credit: Violeta Dimitrakopoulou/Oxfam
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