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Leros Corona Awareness Team (LCAT) created!

We are very happy that we were able to do another step and help refugees in Leros, who contacted us last week. More than 2000 are almost forgotten there on this remote islands. But they also don’t want to just wait until disaster is coming and take things in their hand.

We have a lot of plans, but started with the most urgent issue: cleaning up the camp. With our help they were able to purchase plastic bags and other material and started. And they also wanted to express their solidarity with the people in Italy who are worst hit by the Corona crisis.

Now posters, awareness material and many more supplies will follow as well as advice from MCAT and us. Please consider to also support them with your donation: support us

Meanwhile White Helmets and MCAT work hard in Moria camp, they have new volunteers and many other refugees are asking to join and help!

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We couldn't just stand and watch how the residents in the camp are freezing. We have few things we could do, but what we could we did. During the last two days we closely cooperated with The Hope Project to make available as much warm cklothes, shwals, socks, blankets and shoes as possible. Yesterday the whole day teams from our partners in the camp, MCAT and Moria White Helmets and Acadamia were packing and sorting them and today they were brought to the camp for distribution through the recycling points.

So today hundreds received warm stuff and we really hope it will help them during the next frosty nights.

We know this does not help much, but at least a little bit. It is no alternative to proper structures, heaters and winter shelters but one cannot sit and watch people suffering like this.

See also this video from MCAT: Winter Clothes Distribution

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