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Response after the fire in Moria

Response after the fire in Moria

We would like to do a thank you post because we are very grateful for all of the donations that we have received in the time after the fire. Thank you for the financial support from Embla Bunader, Tilrettelagt Omsorg og Plastfritt Hav from Norway, and thank you for the material support from our German friends Aktion pro Humanität, among many more.Thank you on behalf of ourselves and our partner teams, Moria Corona Awareness Team, Moria White Helmets and Moria Academia. Response after the fire in Moria: We provided daily emergency relief to 500-700 peopleWe cleaned the rubbish from the…
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Update: twelve days after the fire

Update: twelve days after the fire

Dear Supporters, our accountant has just finished the preliminary overview about the expenses we had during the twelve days emergency intervention after Moria camp burned down. According to her information we have spent about 16.500 Euro for everything we did including running and admin costs. We started on Wednesday morning the 9th and stopped distribution and related activities outside the new camp after having helped to transfer a lot of vulnerable refugees by bus. As we have said in the beginning of the operation, we took care of 500 refugees, all the members of our partner teams and their families.…
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After the Fire: what is going on

After the Fire: what is going on

Dear Friends and Supporters, we are looking back to ten extremely stressful and busy days, but we are glad we reachieved our goals so far and kept our promises. Until most of our partners and their families moved in an organized way into the new camp we supplied all of them (500 people) with all necessary supply, first tents, sleeping bags, pillows and clothes, then food, hygienic articles etc.). They immediately started to work again, helped where they were able too, put up new posters against Corona, cleaned the streets and were important to help calming down a very volatile…
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Update: Moria after the Fire

Update: Moria after the Fire

Dear Friends and Supporters, as you can imagine we are going through very difficult times. Lesvos is in chaos after Moria camp burnt down and almost 12.000 refugees are squatting on streets, parking lots and olive groves. Everyone is working non stop to manage, the island now is under emergency rule and the Government in Athens send officials to co-ordinate efforts. But all this will take time. So we are asked what we do. We were busy all the time first to stay in contact with all our partners from MCAT, MWH and Moria Acadamia. Together with their families they…
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