December 2017 Aegean Boat Report was created on Facebook as a test, to see if this information, in a censored version, could be of public interest. Some organizations on the ground was not willing to share information, and only used it to promote themselves. Government and UNHCR posted information, but only the bare minimum. To get a better understanding on the refugee crisis in the Aegean Sea, you need to look at both Greek and Turkish side. No site online, besides Aegean Boat Report, combines information in this way.
Aegean Boat Report hase proven to be the most detailed source of information, on boats and arrivals in the Aegean Sea. A growing number of followers are receiving information and statistics on a daily basis. Without dedicated people on the ground, this would be impossible, information is shared 24/7, to give the public neutral correct information.
Aegean Boat Report believe all information should be free and available for everyone.
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ABR have been running on a zero budget for almost a year, relying on the kindness off people delivering services pro bono, and for this ABR are truly grateful.
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