healthcare access

Pregnant women are legally entitled to health care, even if they are in Germany 'illegally', but many put off seeking help.
Women need not have medical insurance or a residency permit to be treated at the Diakonie AnDOCken clinic in Hamburg | Photo: DW/A. Grunau
Ahmed’s asylum request has been rejected and he is unsure what awaits him in Greece
Palestinians refugees wait at an UNRWA clinic to receive free medical check up from the United Nation Relief and Works Agency (UNRWA) teams in Gaza City | Photo: EPA/HAITHAM IMAD
The Halte Humanitaire drop-in centre opened its doors at Porte de la Chapelle on Tuesday, May 28 | Photo: Leslie Carretero
A rescued migrant | Photo: ANSA
A doctor from the Order of Malta helps a young migrant | ANSA/ORDER OF MALTA PRESS OFFICE
Libyan children who fled violence in Libya with their parents look on from inside their tent at a newly opened refugee camp for Libyan families in Ramada, 25 km from the southern Tunisian-Libyan border of Dehiba, Tunisia. Credit: EPA/MOHAMED MESSARA
Many migrants in Europe face difficulty accessing health care. Credit: Medecins du Monde /Olivier Papegniers
Condoms given out for free by the German Aids Service Organization | Photo: Deutsche Aidshilfe/Renata Chueire
From file: Migrants rescued at sea arrive at the port of Malaga in Southern Spain - credit: EPA/Carlos Diaz
Patients await in front of PASS at Hôtel-Dieu in Paris, July 27, 2018 / InfoMigrants