The refugee camp on Samos island is severely overcrowded | Photo: Jannis Papdimitriou
Trafficking was 'out of control' in labor-starved farm areas, the Portuguese Immigration and Border Service said | Photo: Picture-alliance
The Refugee Reception Center (CAR) is located in Bobadela, a suburb of Lisbon. This is where asylum seekers arriving in Portugal are directed. Credit: Maëva Chicken / InfoMigrants.
Gebru Mehari and d’Hadush Tsegay from Eritrea were accepted by the Portuguese town of Fundão in September, 2018. Since their arrival, they have both found work in the agriculture sector. | Photo: Maëva Poulet / InfoMigrants.
A demonstration in support of migrants in Lisbon - placards say: "Everybody everywhere" | Photo: EPA/ANTONIO COTRIM

A demonstration in support of migrants in Lisbon. Placards say: "Everybody everywhere" | Photo: EPA/ANTONIO COTRIM
People holding up placards saying 'Welcome Refugees' as part of a demonstration in support of migrants in Lisbon, Portugal. Credit: EPA/ANTONIO COTRIM
Migrants in the Spanish port of Malaga, August 2018
Archive photo: Police officers in the Lisbon International Airport, Portugal, 22 March 2016. EPA/ANDRE KOSTERS
People are happy to wait in line to get a taste of 'Mezze' | Photo: Sertan Sanderson
The project will start with pre-departure orientation courses for the refugees currently based in Jordan, Lebanon and Turkey.
Alberto Matos and three migrants from Africa
Salem, an Eritrean relocated from Italy to Portugal