The medical team of the Boat Refugee Foundation works on Lesvos in refugee camp Moria, thousands of people. To be able to do a good job in this camp, knowledge about group processes is essential. It enables you to deal with people who stay in a hopeless situation, for a longer period of time. In addition it is of great importance to be able to deal with aggression resulting from this situation.
The Boat Refugee Foundation has multiple shifts in camp Moria on Lesvos. As medical volunteer you work together with other doctors and nurses in the medical cabin located in the camp. During these shifts you come across many different nationalities and languages. You will see patients with different complaints. There is great variation: from headaches and fever to severe consequences of psychological complaints sometimes resulting in suicide attempts. The medical team works in regular shifts both during the day as well as at night.
What do we expect from you
Who do we look for for the medical shifts on Lesvos?
The Boat Refugee foundation owes their reason for existence to the dedication of the many volunteers and donors. Without them, we would not be able to carry out our work. We wish to spend the available funds to supplies for refugees as much as possible. For this reasons, we ask all our volunteers to pay their own travel and stay. There is a volunteer house on both islands where volunteers can stay for 17 euro per night. This amount includes transportation on the island, and excludes meals. After a month, the costs for stay (accommodation and transportation) are free. In addition, all volunteers are responsible for their own travel insurance and possible vaccinations.
Do you recognize yourself in the profile above and do you want to be a volunteer in Greece? Please send an e-mail to email@example.com
* We are only looking for volunteers from the 10th of December until the 5th of January
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