ASB Greece

The ASB Greece office officially opened in June 2016. The main office for Greece is located in Thessaloniki, Northern Greece. Currently ASB Greece is in charge of four refugee camps in Greece (Diavata, Katasikas, Filipiada and Doliana).

Thessaloniki and Epirus: Diavata, Katsikas, Filipiada, Doliana

ASB’s focus is to provide shelter including provision of services in the Diavata/Anagnostopoulou location. ASB constructed 156 modular container units in Diavata & renovated supporting buildings, including a building for unaccompanied minors.
Since February 2018, ASB provide continuous support service to the management team of Katsikas, Filippiada and Doliana camp in Epirus. ASB supports refugees and migrants in Epirus through its integrated multi-sector response that addresses the urgent need for refugee assistance in the region.
Furthermore, ASB assumed the Site Management Support (SMS) role in Diavata and the Epirus region, providing continuous support service to the RIS camp management team, through advising on the allocation of shelter for new arrivals, providing outreach and data collection in order to facilitate transportation of People of Concern to the Asylum Service, maintenance and repair service in the camp, cleaning services for common facilities in the camp, and temporary distribution of food until verification of new arrivals by Greek Cash Alliance (GCA) and distribution of NFI welcome kits for new arrivals.
Since February 2018, ASB provide continuous support service to the management team of Katsikas, Konitsa (until ?), Filippiada and Doliana camp in Epirus. ASB supports refugees and migrants in Epirus through its integrated multi-sector response that addresses the urgent need for refugee assistance in the region.