- 138People were newly sought by their families while 22 people's fate and whereabouts were clarified.
- 130Hellenic Police (HP) and Hellenic Coast Guard (HPC) officers attended training on Management of the Dead (MoTD) and Antemortem/Postmortem (AM/PM) data collection.
- 16Visits were made to 8 places of immigration detention, talking to detained migrants and to the police staff responsible for them.
- 10Workshops organized for 259 members of staff of 4 places of immigration detention. The workshops looked at the important role of police staff in ensuring humane and safe conditions of detention.
- 1,000Phone cards were distributed to ensure that all detained migrants can communicate with their families.
- 14,500Recreational items were distributed to support the mental health needs of migrants in detention.
- 14Visits were made to 8 places of immigration detention, supporting the local health teams in treatment of detained migrants.
- 14Workshops were organized (webinars and face to face) for health and police staff (400+ professionals) of 8 places of immigration detention. The workshops looked at the significance of access to healthcare, quality and continuity of care, and more.
- 244,000+Basic drugs and consumables, along with 35,200+ items of personal hygiene and cleaning products were distributed to support health and hygiene promotion and outbreak management.
- 150ITC equipment were distributed for drug inventory, medical registries and e-health services.
- 300Military police officers and 116 police officers and coast guards attended sessions on IHL and on ICRC's mandate and activities in the fields of protection and prevention.
- 2Student teams from Greek universities participated with the support of the ICRC in the All European International Humanitarian and Refugee Law Competition.