Stand By Me Lesvos

The new camp in Moria is even worse than the old one |

It is not raining heavily, but the paths of the new camp Moria on the Greek island of Lesbos are full of puddles. Employees of the German Red Cross shuffle through the slippery mud. They are looking for residents with scabies to give them a pill and pick up their clothes and sleeping bag for a wash. Eliminating scabies is an illusion in this camp, where two families live in a small tent, separated only by a cloth. Since the opening of the new camp in September, there is still no running water and hardly any electricity.


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