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‘I came to have purpose’: Volunteers on working with refugees

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In 2004, Galatsi Olympic Hall hosted table tennis and rhythmic gymnastics games.  Today, it is one of three former Olympic stadiums that have been converted into temporary housing for the more than  9,000 refugees who enter Greece each day.  These camps provide shelter, food and medical care for the refugees before they continue on their long and arduous journey.