The Moria camp on the Greek island of Lesbos is overcrowded and conditions aren’t good, Greece’s news portal Iefimerida reported at the start of the year.
While the media and NGOs have heavily focused their reports on the plight women and children, they failed to mention why Greece could have good reasons to keep the camp isolated.
There are 162 unaccompanied children and 216 women in the Moria refugee camp; the total population of the camp is 5,206. (Statistics of Iefimerida)
Those statistics mean that 92,8% of the camps inhabitants are men, who probably left their women and children behind in violent, war-torn countries, or may be motivated by other reasons to come to Europe.
According to Iefimerida around 50 nationalities live in the camp