Project launch for 'Asylum Seekers Shelter FUTURE'
A consortia of four Greek organisations will jointly establish a reception centre for asylum seekers in Athens, which will offer accommodation, food and important services such as medical care, psychosocial support and training.
The centre shall be able to house 100 asylum seekers at a time. The organisations will give priority to unaccompanied minors and single parents. The consortia will also spread information about the situation for asylum-seekers in Greece to the society at large.
The project is funded by the EEA Grants.