AYS DAILY DIGEST 21/01/2017: When solidarity prevails

Photo from the march in Athes. AYS.

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Good people of Pamperaki warehouse

Donations are coming from all the the world and stored and later distributed . Negia Milian and the team of volunteers run the place trying to help to as many people as it is possible.
Photo by AYS.
Photo AYS.
Negia’s day in Pamperatki starts around 10 and soon it gets very busy leaving no time to rest for any of the volunteers.

Greece

Photo AYS.

Serbia

Photo by Holes in the Borders.

Italy

France

Photo by Rachel Mantell.

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