A specialized reception centre to assist migrants with psychological needs.
Existing blood services have been expanded to support the needs of incoming migrants. As a result, in emergency situations, where blood is needed, the lives of migrants can be protected.
Providing migrants with a neutral and known place where they can access information.
Provision of cash cards to refugees, who use them to purchase materials to protect them from winter. It allows refugees to control how they meet their needs and helps restore dignity for refugees.
Teams of physicians who provide care over a longer period of time for a consistent group of migrants. The continuity of services enable physicians to build relationships with and knowledge of their patients and thus better serve their health care needs.
Smart practices report and database survey
About the report
People migrate in pursuit of a better life for themselves and their families. As described in the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies’ (IFRC) Policy on Migration, “migrants are persons who leave or flee their habitual residence to go to new places – usually abroad – to seek opportunities or safer and better prospects.