Proceeding with the winterization efforts, in cooperation with the Greek government, under the project funded by European Commission Humanitarian Aid, ASB Greece had moved the most vulnerable families out of the Diavata refugee camp in North Greece into the hotel accommodation. 21 family with new born babies, children with chronic conditions and pregnant women are accommodated in safe and warm conditions, provided with 3 meals per day, but also daily medical care, psycho social and legal support, thanks to ASB implementing partners, WAHA International and ARSIS.
ASB, together with all key NGO actors in the camp including the Ministry for Migration Policy, are investing tremendous efforts to provide all families with decent living condition in the shortest possible timeframe. In that context, winterization containers with heating systems are being delivered and other sites are being considered in order to provide all refugees with elementary living conditions.[Best_Wordpress_Gallery id=”9″ gal_title=”Moving the most vulnerable families to hotels”]