During winter 2017, InterVolve developed a Rapid Response Team with our partners to enable us to respond to urgent needs emerging from adverse weather conditions and poor camp winterization. Alongside collaborating partners, this team responded swiftly to provide interventions, aid and support to prevent harm to refugees in Greece and
“It is among the best organisations that I have seen. I received the best services and food items and they filled my free time with activities and English lessons at the InterVolve school. I learned many things. Through this organisation I got to know many people both inside and outside the camp.”
“The services that I received were amount the best of any organisation I encountered in the camp. They provided us with a range of support, and were it not for this organisation, God knows in what state the residents of Softex would have been in. They provided what we needed,
In January 2017, InterVolve started offering a weekly fresh vegetable distribution at the Larissa-Koutsochero camp, which,at the time hosted a large population of roughly 850, half of whom were children.
Since January we have been working hard alongside residents to address some of their