Partners

PARTNER PROJECTS

SH-CAPAC - Supporting health coordination, assessments, planning, access to health care and capacity building in Member States under particular migratory pressure, led by the Andalusian School of Public Health. The general objective of the project is to support EU Member States (MS) under particular migratory pressure in their response to health related challenges. Specific objectives of the project are to support MS’s coordination, assessments, planning of a public health response, fostering access to health care and capacity building efforts through training of health workers.
8 NGOs in 11 States - 8 NGOs for migrants/refugees' health needs in 11 countries, led By Médecin du Monde. Eight NGOs will support the health authorities of 11 EU Member States (BE, BG, DE, EL, ES, FR, HR, IT, NO, SE, SI) in providing adequate and accessible health services to newly arrived migrants with a specific focus on children, unaccompanied minors and pregnant women.
 
EURHUMAN – European Refugees – Human Movement and Advisory Network, led by the University of Creta. The project will overall enhance the capacity of EU Member States accepting migrants and refugees in addressing their health needs, safeguard them from risks, and minimize cross-border health risks. This initiative will focus on addressing both the early arrival period and longer-term settlement of refugees in European host countries.
CARE - Common Action for REfugees and other migrants’ health, led by the Italian National Institute for Health Migration and Poverty. The general objective of the project is to Promote and sustain the good health of migrants and populations in Member States experiencing strong migration pressure.

RELATED PROJECTS

EQUI-HEALTH - Fostering health provision for migrants, the Roma and other vulnerable groups. The objective is to improve the access and appropriateness of health care services, health promotion and prevention to meet the needs of migrants, the Roma and other vulnerable ethnic minority groups, including irregular migrants.

 

FIELD IMPLEMENTATION PARTNERS