From June 1st and for a period of seven months, ZEUXIS will undertake the 24-hour provision of services in the Safe Zone of Malakasa as a partner of the International Organization for Migration (IOM).
The program “Supporting the Greek Authorities in Managing the National Reception System for Asylum Seekers and Vulnerable Migrants (SMS)” is implemented by ZEUXIS in cooperation with IOM and is funded by the Asylum, Migration and Integration Fund of the European Union (DG HOME). It aims to provide security and support services to 30 Unaccompanied Minors (UAMs) hosted in the Safe Zone of Malakasa Open Reception Camp.
Throughout their stay in the "Safe Zone", the scientific team of ZEUXIS, consisting of a social worker, psychologist, educatοr, lawyer and interpreters, will provide unaccompanied minors with a personalized treatment of their needs for food, health, education, information, psychological support, socialization and social inclusion, development of interests, entertainment, sports and creative activities, in the framework of an interdisciplinary approach.
The aim of the intervention is to empower unaccompanied minors and to best prepare them for living conditions and requirements that will arise for them in the near future.