Project “Nefeli - Kallisti”

Children without home, without family..

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Path to adulthood and integration 

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Kinoniko EKAV

An independent social organization aiming at combating any form of social exclusion

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Project “Nefeli”

Unaccompanied minors are one of the most vulnerable groups in the refugee population. Children without parents, without family, victims of exploitation, abuse and social exclusion.

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"Kinoniko EKAV: A social organization of today" A Conference on Social Action

On Saturday, February 18, employees and friends of Kinoniko EKAB gathered at the Hellenic Pasteur Institute to discuss...


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Emmanouela Moraitou

His frightened eyes make me a strong impression. Syrian, 18 years old, blonde. He does not seem to be made to withstand the harshness of the refugee. And he could not bear it… We met him in the garden of the psychiatric hospital. For a while he ignored us, he does not look at us… Slowly he gets discouraged, he starts speaking, first in Arabic then he says some words in English… He had three months to communicate! I left with the feeling that I had accomplished something important that day.

Emmanouela Moraitou

Maria Dimitropoulou

My mind is haunted by paraplegic children. Their voice is quiet, their contact with the outside world is non-existent, and their preoccupation with something creative is absent. The family is often supportive, but isolated. The refugee has exhausted them and support is necessary. When the day is over and I am alone, I wonder how they can endure all this misery.

Maria Dimitropoulou

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