The overall goal of the proposed activities is to ensure efficiency, consistency and emergency preparedness to cover the needs of population in open accommodation facility, Filippiada, Epirus region. Performing by humanitarian hygiene standards eliminating hygiene risk factors; In 2019’s implementation period ASB invites interested eligible Suppliers to submit Quotations for Septic Tank Desludging Services through
The provision of rental cars to be used by ASB staff for the needs of the Thessaloniki country office and Ioannina branch office, which involves, but is not limited to, daily Operations, transportation of ASB personnel to and from state run Open Facility Accommodation Centers and support the referral pathway of ASB Protection program. Duration
Between February 2019 to December 31st 2019 ASB will provide transport for beneficiaries who reside in Filippiada, Katsikas, and Doliana Open Facility Accommodation Centres to Ioannina and Arta urban centres in order to support their access to the market and public services; inclusive medical access to services. With this regard, the beneficiaries shall enjoy free, easy
“I made my own garden to pass my time pleasantly and forget what I have gone through in Syria”, said Al Yassin Tarek, a refugee from Syria now living at the refugee camp in Katsikas. Al Yassin Tarek spoke to ASB about his journey from Syria to Greece, how his life is at the refugee
Knut Fleckenstein stated that he was “impressed by the good work, professional and empathetic”, the team of ASB is doing in Diavata, Thessaloniki, Greece.
“I believe that every human deserves to receive help and to be supported in difficult times no matter where you come from, which skin colour you have, which religion or culture you belong to”, says ASB volunteer Svea Fleckenstein.
ASB has been supporting Greece in coping with the refugee crisis since 2015.
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Press Release Thessaloniki, Greece 16 February 2018 ASB, assumes the Site Management Support role in Epirus region. As of 15th of February 2018, ASB will provide continuous support service to the management team of Katsikas, Filippiada, Konitsa and Doliana camp in Epirus; a project funded by the European Commission Civil Protection and Humanitarian Aid Operations (ECHO).
Members of the panel from left to right: Moderator: 1. Andreas Takis, assistant professor in Philosophy of Law at the School of Law of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, 2. Evangelos Petratos – ECHO’s humanitarian’s expert in Greece, 3. Nicholas Conolly Rangos – Ministry of Migration Policy, Regional Coordinator for North Greece and Epirus –