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Update posted by Non Profit Greece On Jul 05, 2018

Local authorities have recently ordered the closure of the camp. This is the result of a health inspection which raised hygiene concerns in the site’s shared kitchen, a broken net in their food distribution area and a leaking water tank. For these reasons, it considers PIKPA camp a danger to public health.

You only have to see the often squalid conditions in Moria refugee camp – an ‘official’ camp a few miles from PIKPA – to realise that this judgement is politically motivated.

We’re proud to have partnered with PIKPA on the Greek island of Lesvos for several years. On this frequently troubled island, PIKPA is an oasis for some of the most vulnerable refugees: pregnant women, children, LGBT+ people and the elderly.

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