Euronews spoke to refugee families who are living in extremely poor conditions in Moria, the largest camp on the island of Lesbos.
More than 9,000 people live in the Moria camp — three times its official capacity.
One of Europe's largest migrant camps is overcrowded and lacks basic hygiene and sanitation practises. It's grown so large, refugees are pitching tents outside the camp boundaries. Crime is so rife MSF has called for minors to be removed. This is Moria Refugee Camp.
The Greek island of Lesbos has been hosting thousands of migrants since the crisis in 2015. But now, many of these refugee camps are facing dire conditions - overcapacity, lack of facilities and a less hospitable tone from locals.