Refugee Crisis Response

Save the Children refugee response

An unprecedented number of people have been forced to flee from conflict, wars and persecution in Syria, Afghanistan and Iraq – moving toward countries of transit, like Greece, Italy, Serbia, Lebanon and Egypt. Since the crisis began Save the Children has been responding to the needs of the vulnerable children and their families arriving in these countries.


Refugee crisis

A Save the Children employee distributes food baskets in Lesvos, Greece - reaching 250 children and their family members. The baskets include 5 cans of tuna, 10 pieces of nan bread and 5 pieces of fresh fruit.


Refugee crisis

Save the Children's Mothers' and Babies' space in Belgrade, Serbia where food and hygiene products are provided daily to families with children up to 2 years old.


Refugee crisis

Using items from a kit provided by Save the Children in a transit camp for refugees and migrants in Gevgelija, Macedonia, a Save the Children employee plays with a child before he boards the train with his family to their next destination. Our kits contain a zip lock bag containing a notebook, markers, coloring pencils, play dough and stickers.


Refugee crisis

We are currently providing one hot meal a day to refugees and migrants in Lesvos. We are making sure no child or family goes hungry.


Refugee crisis

We are currently providing one hot meal a day to refugees and migrants in Lesvos. We are making sure no child or family goes hungry.

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