In 2021, Eudaimonia Medical Services was set up to provide high-quality medical services to vulnerable populations on Lesvos in Greece, in an effort to both treat and prevent health problems. Eudaimonia brought humane and high-quality medical care in a wholesome way to those who needed it most.
The areas of focus included:
The project ended in 2022 when a major donor pulled out and at the same time, access to the population of the RIC Mavrovouni-camp was restricted by the local authorities. For some time, Eudaimonia continued providing translation services in the local hospital and in the health care centre (IKA) of Mytilini. However, the situation became increasingly difficult, and this forced Eudaimonia to shut down.
Since 2016, HAN has provided more than 80 tons emergency supplies like blankets, food and medicine, mostly donated by our partners and supported more than ten Heroes in Thessaloniki, Samos, Patras, Calais and Bosnia amongst others. HAN spends 100% of funds on its goals and are matched 50-100 fold in value (8 mio Euro’s) by donations in kind and contributions by other NGO’s.