The Spanish Catholic Commission on Migration ACCEM opened on Friday its new facilities in Cartagena.
The event, which was chaired by the director of the Association, Julia Fernandez Quintanilla, was also attended by the Councillor for Social Services of the City of Cartagena, Antonio Calderón Rodríguez, and Antonio García Nieto, an adviser to the Directorate General of Immigration and volunteering in the Autonomous Community of Murcia.
ACCEM is an entity with nationwide implementation works in the area of migration, developing various programs aimed at fostering, training, participation and awareness primarily.
In Cartagena, where he began his career in the year 2006, and made these places where direct care roles in information, advice and guidance to the immigrant population, as well as training activities, also have three levels of care.
This new facility, located at Park Street, 1 under, is established as a Day Centre for Social Emergency (CEDIA), that the partnership already has in other cities.
This center will serve as a meeting and attention to migrants, in order to respond in a comprehensive manner the needs of this group.
Source: Ayuntamiento de Cartagena