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Latvian and Ukrainian Samaritans cooperate in first aid

Posted on by Paul Wardenga

First aid trainers from LSA visited their Ukrainian colleagues from SSU from 13-17 March 2017. They held several courses for employees and volunteers. Read more

In Memoriam Jiří Kuncman (ASČR)

Posted on by Paul Wardenga

The long-time chairman of the Czech Samaritans passed away on 8 February 2017. Read more

In Memoriam Swetlana Lewkowska (SSU)

Posted on by Paul Wardenga

The founder of the Ukrainian Samaritan Association passed away on 8 October 2016 in Kiev. Read more

First Aid Awareness events in 8 countries

Posted on by Paul Wardenga

On September 27 2016, young people from Samaritan organisations all over Europe took to the streets to raise awareness for the importance of first aid training. Read more

After the earthquake ANPAS and White Cross are working hand in hand

Posted on by Stephanie Havekost

After an earthquake struck central Italy, SAM.I. members ANPAS and White Cross are helping hand in hand on site. WK has recently sent their field laundry container. Read more

Contest 2016 – 100 youths compete in Slovakia and Poland

Posted on by Paul Wardenga

From 18-21 August 2016, almost 100 young people from ten countries came together to measure their skills in first aid and make new friends. Read more

World Refugee Day 2016: Samaritan aid continues

Posted on by Paul Wardenga

As we commemorate World Refugee Day 2016, SAM.I. member organisations continue to support refugees in Europe – with emergency aid as well as with integration projects. Read more

Emergency Aid in Ukraine: Continued Samaritan support for IDPs

Posted on by Paul Wardenga

For more than one year, ASB and SSU have been supporting internally displaced persons (IDPs) in Ukraine, who had to flee their home region. The project, which is a collaboration with the German Foreign Ministry, is now being extended. Read more

SAMETS project concludes in Brussels

Posted on by Paul Wardenga

On 26 January, the EU-financed SAMETS project held its final conference in Brussels. They presented their guidelines on working with groups with special needs in emergency shelters. Read more

ADAPT: Samaritans continue work on better emergency evacuations for vulnerable groups

Posted on by Paul Wardenga

From 18-20 November 2015, the project partners of the ADAPT project met in Saponara, Sicily, to continue the conceptualisation of a data platform to improve the support of vulnerable people in case of emergency evacuations. Read more

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