To support and develop basic health services already provided by the Ministry of Health for the Syrians under temporary protection in Turkey.
To develop an easy-to-use tool for PTSD diagnosis: Used by staff members of service provider institutions for a first diagnosis of PTSD among refugees. A very short – 15 minutes – training enabled service providers to become familiar with the questionnaire, and consequently they could use this tool for monitoring PTSD symptoms among their clients.
To provide a complex assistance for refugees at various stages of the asylum procedure: Healthcare and social care to refugee families and minors at various locations (refugee reception centres, families’ temporary shelters, and reception facility for unaccompanied minors).
To provide statutory reception services as housing, social and health services, work and study activities, reception allowance and interpretation. The services are tailored to people with mental disorders and who consequently are in need of more intensive support.
Reinforcement of quality primary and secondary health care, reinforcement of communicable diseases monitoring, early warning and response system, and equipping health facilities and supplying vaccines and medicines
REPLACE 2 – Researching Female Genital Mutilation Intervention Programmes Linked to African Communities in the EU
To empower and motivate FGM affected communities through community leaders, influential people and peer group champions to challenge the social norm supporting FGM.
To avoid boat trips through the Mediterranean and to grant people in “vulnerable conditions” legal entry into Italian territory with a humanitarian visa and the opportunity to apply for asylum at a later date.
To offer a worthy welcome together with guidance and inclusion services in dedicated facilities to the most vulnerable people among migrant population.
To establish an ethno-psychiatric day centre dedicated to immigration issues with the activation of a Mobile Unit and development of a network of services to facilitate health care, as well as establish inter-institutional networking in the immigration field.
To offer general and specialist medical care for asylum seekers and beneficiaries of protection as well as psychiatric treatment.
Integral and Emergency Reception Program for People and Families in Temporary Protection Regime in Spain and Migrants in Extreme Vulnerability Situation in the Municipal Shelter of Mejía Lequerica
To provide emergency accommodation and basic needs coverage at the Mejía Lequerica Shelter, to international protection applicants and migrants in situations of vulnerability or social emergency during their stay in the city of Madrid.
To give 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.