One immigrant, who described each day in Greece as “a whole year,” said he now needed a cocktail of insomnia and depression pills. Another, who works only sporadically, regularly skips meals so that her children can eat; even so, a child suffered from malnutrition to the point of being hospitalized. Another Afghan, Fatah Mohammad, 33, said he sometimes punched himself in the head, raging about his own helplessness in a place where he didn’t speak the language and where social services were. put to the test. Although he has been in Greece since November 2019, he has not even managed to enroll his 7-year-old child in school.