We believe that healthcare is a human right, not a privilege. It is unacceptable that those who are most in need are often the very people who are without.
Although we cannot prevent the refugee crisis from continuing, we can assist in the much-needed provision of healthcare for the vulnerable men, women and children who are stuck in the asylum-seeking process.
Thousands of volunteers
have given their time to Kitrinos Healthcare.
We have been able to provide over 150,000 refugees and vulnerable migrants with medical aid and holistic care.
We have worked in 18 camps across Greece in the past.
We currently work in 'Camp Moria 2.0' on the Island