ASAM, with over 700 staff members who immediately reached the region from across Türkiye following the earthquake, continues to carry out humanitarian relief works in Hatay, Kahramanmaraş and Adıyaman. Following the compound that was established in Antakya, another compound has been opened in Kahramanmaraş to ensure that activities in the regions affected by the earthquake are conducted effectively.
Compiling works currently carried out by ASAM in the field of humanitarian aid and civil society, Towards Hope shares with its readers news from the field.
We present a compilation of what transpired in the earthquake regions in “Towards Hope
Earthquake Special Edition”.
The Association for Solidarity with Asylum Seekers and Migrants (ASAM) intensifies its humanitarian aid activities in Hatay, Kahramanmaraş and Adıyaman with the efforts of more than 700 staff members who reached the affected region from across Türkiye immediately after the earthquake that occurred on February 6.
Right after the earthquake that occurred on February 6, Association for Solidarity with Asylum Seekers and Migrants (ASAM), together with over 300 personnel reaching the region from across Türkiye, took part in the search & rescue and humanitarian assistance works in Hatay and surrounding regions.
In the launching program of Migrant TV, which began with the opening speeches of Director General of Harmonization and Communication of the Presidency of Migration Management Gökçe Ok, PhD, Representative of the Taipei Economic and Cultural Mission in Ankara Volkan Chih-Yang Huang, and ASAM Deputy General Coordinator Buket Bahar Dıvrak, the new broadcast period strategies were explained to the participants.