Since the fire that destroyed their camp in April 2016, about 1.100 refugees, a large percentage of which are unaccompanied minors, live in total deprivation in Calais and Dunkirk. They are sleeping rough in the forests and wastelands, access to food, water and toilets has been terminated, and women and children are at risk of sexual exploitation. Jacques Toubon, France’s human rights ombudsman, called their situation “inhumane and degrading”. However, the French government is not helping them. The only relief is provided by the NGOs on site, who every day distribute clothes, blankets, food and other first necessity items. HAiG participates to this effort by delivering a monthly truck of emergency supplies. To date we have brought 150 m3 of tents, blankets, warm clothes, medical and personal hygiene supplies and food.