Doctors of the Word – Médecins Du Monde annual report on health inequalities in Europe, with particular emphasis on the most vulnerable groups, such as pregnant women and children.
The report was based on a sample of 23.341 Doctors of the World patients in 11 countries, including Greece.
Review of the activities implemented in 2014 and the relevant statistics.
In this report, Doctors of the World (MdM) presents its observations for 2013 on the social health determinants and health status of patients who have received support from 25 of our 160 European programs providing access to healthcare.
In these days of unprecedented economic and social crisis, which has led to the steep rise of xenophobic and racist phenomena, Médecins du Monde and the Greek Council for Refugees joined their forces in the implementation of the program entitled «ENOUGH!».
27 November 2013 – Impact of the crisis on children’s and women’s health Dr Liana MAILLI – President of MdM Read More
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Those who are most vulnerable are becoming even more vulnerable, not only in terms of access to health care services, but also with regard to other determinants of health, including the degree of social exclusion, education, housing and general living conditions, quality of diet, vulnerability to violence
Global recession, wars and geopolitical developments have massively increased an already underlying migration wave, thus turning Greece into a major entry point for thousands of economic immigrants.