August 3, 2016

Our Work

Supported Housing Project

Our flagship project will support 150 people from larger families or groups of the refugee community within which exists at least one person that is particularly vulnerable, e.g. someone who has experienced sexual or gender based violence in their camp, an elderly person with multiple disabilities, or a single parent managing a large family alone.

Current Situation

The refugee population currently stranded in mainland Greece faces several challenges which cause serious detrimental effects to their well-being, physical and mental health and future prospects. The vast majority of the refugee population in mainland Greece often finds basic needs unmet.