Not only since the corona-pandemic outbreak, but for the past few years, refugees have lived in frightening conditions and have lost their lives fighting for humane living conditions. This project supports people who are stranded at these borders - namely in Camp Moria on Lesvos, Camp Ritsona located in northern Athens and Camp Nea Kevala settled near Thessaloniki – and we want to try the best we can to improve their standard of living.
Wave of Hope for the Future is a project created by refugees for other refugees living in Camp Moria on Lesvos, Camp Ritsona located in the north of Athens and Nea Kavala settled near Thessaloniki. This approach allows WHF to comprehend and work with the struggles that people have to face on a daily basis in the camps. Camp Moria has space for 3000 refugees, still 20000 refugees are stranded there at the moment, already lacking basic human needs like water, functioning restrooms, hygiene products or doctors. Moreover, most of the refugees feel abandoned and lost all hope that the circumstances and their lives will ever change. Wave of Hope for the Future was founded to provide educational needs, especially for children, youth and women currently living in Camp Moria. Given the current situation they are also providing basic hygienic products. To support the project and to raise awareness for the severe situation we collaborated with seven DJs on a podcast series - each of them contributed a mix. For every 1000 klicks on our Soundcloud page Syntop donates 10€ to the campaign. Please also consider donating, since every euro helps to improve the living conditions of people in need.