After finalizing the section A of the Diavata Anagnostopoulou refugee camp near Thessaloniki, and having 350 refugees happily living in the new housing units, ASB team continues works in other sections of the camp.

This week, the remaining of the camp will be cleaned from the tents and temporary containers that refugees lived in before, ground leveled and retaining walls finalized.

By the end of June, 74 new housing units will be placed and connected to all the networks (water, sewerage, electrical, wifi and TV network), resulting in total number of 156 housing units in Diavata refugee camp.

Project is funded by European Commission Humanitarian Aid and Civil Protection (ECHO) and implemented by ASB Greece.

Photos by Giannis Papanikos

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