Samos, Greece
The closure of the Balkan route and the EU deal with Turkey in March 2016 left migrants and refugees stranded in the Greek islands, without access to basic services, adequate shelter or information on their legal status.

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.

Trapped in Moria
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

 
Mobile Clinic - Moria Camp
Greece

Vaccinating over 2,000 refugee children in Moria, Lesbos

Project Update 21 Nov 2018
 
Trapped in Moria
Greece

Psychotherapy with children in Lesbos

Voices from the Field 20 Nov 2018
 
Moria's olive grove
Greece

No roof, no recovery

Voices from the Field 17 Oct 2018
Trapped in Moria
Greece

“It is difficult to believe this is Europe”

msf.org 21 Sep 2018
 
Trapped in Moria
Greece

Moria is in a state of emergency

Open Letter 17 Sep 2018
 
Trapped in Moria
Greece

Self-harm and attempted suicides increasing for child refugees in Lesbos

Press Release 17 Sep 2018
 
Trapped in Moria
Photo Story

Trapped in Moria

19 Jul 2018
Photo Story
 
Trapped in Moria
Greece

Confinement, violence and chaos: How a European refugee camp is traumatising people on Lesbos

Project Update 18 Jul 2018
 
Mobile Clinic - Moria Camp
Greece

Overcrowded, dangerous and insufficient access to healthcare in Moria

Statement 4 May 2018

Contact us

Lesbos Mobile Clinic - Moria Camp
MSF Greece

15 Xenias St.
115 27 Athens
Greece