17-10-2016 / 11:17
Last week, General Secretariat of the SAMARITAN INTERNATIONAL (SAM.I.) has officially opened its office in Rue de Pascale 4 in Brussels. The event was supported by President of the European Parliament, Martin Schulz and Chairman of the Arbeiter-Samariter-Bund, Knut Fleckenstein. The opening was attended by Secretary General Ivo Bonamico, representatives of ASB – SEE and […]
17-10-2016 / 11:12
Humanitarian context An estimated 6,300 refugees and migrants remain in Serbia according to information provided by authorities and UNHCR. Of those, around 86% were accommodated in governmental facilities, including 1,863 in the five Asylum Centres and 3,137 in Refugee Aid Points (RAPs) or Reception Centres (RCs). With almost all governmental accommodation fully occupied, 950 people […]
26-09-2016 / 2:38
According to the UNHCR reports, total number of refugees, migrants and asylum seekers in Serbia is estimated at 4900 people. Compared to the September 2015. influx of people has been decreasing (during September 2015, 4000 people have been entering Serbia daily), but now average stay in the country is significantly prolonged. Most of them (above […]
22-09-2016 / 7:52
Director of ASB Serbia Mr. Gordan Velev, was awarded the honorary title of Meritorious citizen of Dimitrovgrad for his and ASB’s dedication, direct assistance and significant funds allocated to help this municipality in dealing with the unprecedented refugee flows over the past year. Mr. Velev was handed over the medal of the municipality by the […]
20-09-2016 / 7:25
The past two years in the whole region of the South East Europe, have seriously challenged our organisation to additionally prove its capacities, motivation and professionalism gained during over the last 20 years of hard and highly effective work in the wider Balkan area. Namely, severe and repetitive floods in Serbia and Bosnia and Herzegovina […]
More than half a million refugees and migrants have travelled the Western Balkans route passing through FYROM and Serbia on their way to the EU. Since the outburst of the refugee crisis, following its mission, ASB joined international humanitarian action to provide immediate assistance to the refugees and migrants in need of help.
ASB is a German aid and welfare organisation, engaged in areas such as civil protection, rescue services and social welfare services. As a non-political organisation, ASB has, since its foundation in 1888, provided rapid and direct help to all those in need of our support.
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