Ethnographic Assessment of Psychosocial Needs of Children at Vasilika Camp

The aim of this report was to have a better understanding of the psychosocial concerns and needs of children who are Syrian refugees and living in Vasilika Camp, Greece. The findings of this report reflect the conditions of Vasilika Camp in August 2016; however, the camp conditions have evolved since and continue to change over time. Key findings presented include children’s pre-camp experiences, psychological health, physical health, and problems with camp life. A set of recommendations is provided, based on the feedback shared by children and their parents.

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