About the Project:
This EU-funded project encourages acceptance and understanding of issues that migrants/refugees are facing in the communities and areas which are most exposed to migration flows.
The project activities are implemented in the municipalities hosting migrants in Serbia, namely: Dimitrovgrad, Presevo, Sid, Subotica, Bosilegrad, Belgrade City, Sjenica, Tutin, Lajkovac, Loznica, Bujanovac, Pirot, Kanjiza, Sombor, Kikinda, Obrenovac, Bela Palanka and Vranje.
- Improvement of quality, efficiency and accessibility of health-care systems and services in target municipalities to facilitate improved treatment of migrants and other vulnerable groups;
- Improvement of infrastructure and enhancement of services in municipalities impacted by increasing migration flows;
- Facilitation of community cohesion, inter-cultural exchange and flow of information for better acceptance of migrants/refugees in target municipalities.
- National and local health care institutions strengthened through purchase of equipment;
- Provision of technical assistance to the Ministry of Health of Serbia and local health system;
- Serbian Network of Institutes for Public Health supported;
- Small scale community infrastructure support initiatives implemented;
- Local services strengthened through capacity building and employment;
- Communication strategy prepared and implemented;
- Events and workshops connecting migrants/refugees and local communities organized;
- Training for national/ local institutions providing assistance to migrants/refugees implemented;
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