Identification of stakeholders that made an identification of the practice: Cruz Roja Española (Spanish Red Cross)
Sede Refugiados (Refugee Head Office), C/Valdecanillas 112. Jose Zamora, Refugees Program Coordinator in Madrid Red Cross.
Proyect: It is about giving a prompt response to the demands and needs of people in a comprehensive manner covering all areas always counting on person’s competences and accompanying them in their way to be self-sufficient.
Target group, beneficiaries
Applicants for International Protection.
Main needs and vulnerabilities
Basic needs, accommodation and maintenance. Transportation and pharmacy when it is necessary and other one-time/exceptional.
Families with dependent children, the elderly, people with serious illnesses and others.
It applies to all project services.
Assist people during their asylum application, providing them resources to become self-sufficient for a better integration into society.
24 months and in case of people in extreme vulnerability up to 30 months.
Accessibility Requirements / Issues
System saturation and lack of documentation that entails a considerable delay in their itinerary.
Performance procedures, ways of carrying it out
Every person who goes to Spanish Red Cross enter in the framework of care to people (MAP project) starting with an initial assessment, followed by a review during their entire process until reaching a final evaluation interview.
Principles of action, and values
- Humanity, Impartiality, Naturalness, Independence, Volunteering, Unity, Universality.
- Difficulties or limitations for its implementation
- Adjustment of people’s expectations
A right integration of people in the Spanish society.