These are the medicines that were stocked at the camp, paid for by the European Commission's Humanitarian Aid and Civil Protection agency (ECHO). In a single month in the summer of 2016, the doctors at the camp in Larisa, Greece had diagnosed residents with methadone withdrawal, psychosis, self-mutilation, sexual abuse, epileptic fits, kidney stones, and thyroid disease. There was no medicine at the camp to treat any of these conditions. The clinicians at the camp, who are from an international NGO and are not licensed in Greece, could not prescribe them. Image by Sonia Shah. Greece, 2016.