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ASB is a non-political and non-denominational charity and relief organisation. We help all people – regardless of their political, ethnic, national and religious affiliation.

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the Workers’ Samaritan Federation

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Since its foundation in 1888, ASB – its German name means “Workers’ Samaritan Federation” – has provided services that focus on people’s needs, including care for the elderly, rescue services and First Aid, assistance for children and young people, support for people with disabilities and those suffering from mental problems, as well as Foreign Aid and adult and further education.

ASB is a non-political and non-denominational charity and relief organisation. We help all people – regardless of their political, ethnic, national and religious affiliation. We provide rapid and direct help to all those in need of our support.

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In July, ASB Greece team took part at the Summer School on ‘The Migrant Crisis within the Greek context’, organized in Thessaloniki by City College, the International Faculty of University of Sheffield. Following the invitation to hold a presentation about the operations of the Arbeiter-Samariter-Bund office in Greece, Jelena Tesic, Georgia Mitsika and Mike Mousallam held
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On July 13th 2017, ASB Greece team, together with ASB’s implementing partners – WAHA International and ARSIS, organized the official opening of the Diavata – Anagnostopoulou Refugee camp near Thessaloniki. Although the camp did not stop working even for a day since it was opened, and although refugees live in new housing units with two
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Thessaloniki 13th July, 2017. Reconstructed Diavata Anagnostopoulou refugee camp in Thessaloniki welcomes the donors and officials in an opening ceremony on July 13th Within the project called Support to Refugees in Greece through Integrated Shelter Model Rapid Mobility Solution (ISM – RMS), implemented by ASB Regional Office Greece, the official opening of reconstructed Diavata Anagnostopoulou refugee
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