Project Armonia

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Our Work
We operate a free-restaurant that serves healthy and nutritious food to the most vulnerable members of the refugee community on Samos. Our restaurant caters to pregnant women, nursing mothers, the elderly, disabled people, and those no longer eligible to receive food in camp; since opening in 2019, we have steadily increased our capacity to feed 1,100 people daily.

Our Approach
On an island where refugees are regularly met with hostility, we welcome them with open arms.

Our team of 40 volunteers comes largely from the refugee community itself, accounting for 22 different nationalities. Our diversity is our strength, allowing our team of chefs to cook recipes from around the world, giving our guests a taste of home in an unfamiliar place.

We see ourselves as working with the refugee community, not for them. Our community volunteers are at the centre of everything we do, from planning meals to registering guests. In addition to this, we provide our volunteers with vocational training, helping them practice English, learn new skills and preparing them to continue their journey in Europe.

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1 March, 2022