Info for Asylum Seekers

Info for Asylum Seekers

The document holds a QR code and a url link that leads to a folder where 8 different pdf files are located, one for each of the below languages
·        Arabic
·        English
·        Farsi
·        France
·        Greek
·        Sorani
·        Turkish
·        Urdu
All the files have the same links leading you to below pages
General Info
·        Help UNHCR

 – (Generic)
·        Asylum Service webpage

 – (Generic)
·        Online Map of Free Services in Thessaloniki (English only)

·        The booklet of Free Services in urban area of Thessaloniki

Health related Info
·        Online Map of Hospitals and Health Caters in Thessaloniki

·        Daily program for Thessaloniki hospital shift duty (English only)

·        Monthly program for Thessaloniki hospital shift duty (Arabic – Farsi – Sorani – Turkish – Greek)

·        General information of health services

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