As a result of displacement and migration, asylum seekers are faced with various difficulties that affect their health and their access to healthcare services. As ASAM, we work in collaboration with relevant institutions to overcome difficulties, such as lack of access to sufficient information regarding the health system, inability to adapt to the system, being unable to establish the necessary communication for accessing services due to the language barrier and cultural norms, and lack of awareness and experience concerning specific needs. We also organize trainings in various areas, including preventive measures against health risks, prevention of non-communicable and communicable diseases and how healthcare services could be reached, maternal and infant health, prenatal care, and safe childbirth.