During 2019, flows through the land borders with Turkey continued to increase, with many refugees and migrants entering undetected. New arrivals flock to Thessaloniki, being the largest metropolitan area in northern Greece. As the vast majority are homeless, they look to fulfill their basic needs of food, clothing, non-food items, laundry and personal hygiene. With no EU or national funds and programs available for basic needs, Alkyone Day Center is trying to find funding to continue its services past 2020. As the flows of refugees and migrants is expected to continue it is imperative that service for the most vulnerable continue.
Alkyone Services 2019
Jan 10, 2020 | Νέα