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In Greece, camps are closing, new camps are being built, and refugees and other migrants are being transferred from the islands to the mainland. A Drop in the Ocean is adapting to the new developments to support the needs of people forced to flee.

A Drop in the Ocean has officially opened an office in Sarajevo and registered as a non-governmental organisation (NGO) in Bosnia and Herzegovina.

A Drop in the Ocean currently has limited access to the temporary site of Kara Tepe but our international field workers have found clever ways to incorporate different language activities for community volunteers in their day-to-day work.

Datakurs i Bosnia-Hercegovina

The Ušivac refugee camp outside Sarajevo in Bosnia and Herzegovina houses around 750 displaced persons. The conditions are harsh, and the camp population consists mainly of families with small children and unaccompanied minors. A Drop in the Ocean established a presence in the camp last year and now offers computer courses in addition to distributions.

Nives has been a volunteer fieldworker for A Drop in the Ocean twice. First on Lesvos and currently in Nea Kavala. In this blog post, she shares her thoughts on what it is like to be a volunteer.

On International Women’s Day we want to challenge Norway and the rest of Europe to a greater extent take responsibility for and show that the UN resolutions and European conventions regarding women’s rights during and after war and conflict, also applies to women in Greek refugee camps.

A Drop in the Ocean supports refugees and other migrants in Europe. In 2020 we had a total of 106,600 visitors to our activities and distributions in Greece.