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Program “EU 4 Gender Equality: Together Against Gender Stereotypes and Gender-Based Violence”

In Belarus, the main burden of childcare and household chores are in women’s duty: for example, a mother spends 3 times more time with a child than a father. Men are much less involved in childcare and upbringing, as well as in housework. Often there are also ideas about the existence of “male” and “female” domestic work, that women are abler to take care of small children. In fact, today only 1-2% of fathers take paternity leave at the birth of a child or social leave to take care for a child under three years old. These and many other examples indicate the existence of gender stereotypes, and these social perceptions, among other things, affect the lifestyle of partners (spouses), the development of children and the quality of life of families, in general.

Price: € 494 730 Status: Time: 2020 - 2023
Building effective advocacy mechanisms to better protect the rights of most vulnerable children with severe disabilities and life-limiting conditions in Belarus
The project aims to protect and support the needs of one of the most vulnerable groups in Belarusian society - children with severe disabilities and diseases that limit life expectancy.
Price: € 664 839 Status: Time: 2020 - 2023
The project aims to assist Belarus in implementing its commitment to reduce the greenhouse gas emissions and enhance climate resilient development under the Paris Agreement. Low-emissions and climate resilience objectives will be integrated into development policies and plans in the Republic of Belarus through regional initiatives promoting economic diversification and green growth.
Price: € 1 100 000 Status: Time: 2020 - 2022
Improvement of cross-border health services in cardio-vascular diseases and intensive medical care in Bialystok and Minsk Regions
The exchange of the best practices between the hospitals and utilization of new specialized medical equipment provide an opportunity to improve public health services. That, in turn, will have a favourable impact on the life quality and living standards in the communities.
Price: € 2 059 636 Status: Time: 2020 - 2022
Improvement of cross-border health services in oncological urology in Bialystok and Hrodna regions
The growing number of new urologic cancer cases augments the need for surgical interventions. According to Belarus Cancer Registry, the number of prostate cancer cases in Belarus and Poland will grow by 29%, bladder cancer cases – by 22% by the year 2029. Enhanced healthcare accessibility and quality will contribute to improvements in urologic cancer diagnostics and surgeries.
Price: € 1 789 034 Status: Time: 2019 - 2021
Reduction of social exclusion and increase in the quality of life of cancer patients in Vilnius and Hrodna regions
The present-day minimally invasive surgery allows operating on cancer patients with a minimal operative trauma and a lower pain syndrome. Such operations are tolerated more easily than open surgeries, and patients rehabilitate faster, which allows them to get back to their daily lives sooner.
Price: € 488 200 Status: Time: 2019 - 2021
Support to the Development of the Concept of the National Migration Policy in Belarus
Belarus, as a transit country, encounters a real-life need for efficient migration flow management. Its achievement may be expedited by a well-balanced migration policy that must be founded upon advanced international practices and meet the socioeconomic and demographic interests of Belarus.
Price: € 105 000 Status: Time: 2019 - 2020
To the rescue. Improvement of accessibility to medical services in emergencies through the cooperation of emergency medical services in the cross-border area of Poland, Belarus and Ukraine
The long time of waiting for medical assistance is one of the causes of many deaths in emergency situations. The provision of timely assistance may be complicated due to a lack of medical equipment, inadequate skills of ambulance teams, substantially worn out equipment and vehicles, as well as low awareness of the local communities about the first aid rules.
Price: € 1 523 914 Status: Time: 2019 - 2021
BRIDGE as the Pilot Eco-Business Model for Local and Regional Economic Growth
The economy of Slaŭharad District is agriculture-based, the district has no industry. However, entrepreneurs contribute to the district economy up to 5% of the local budget revenues. Rural entrepreneurship development through equal access to education, resources and business support presents an opportunity for economic growth.
Price: € 655 744 Status: Time: 2019 - 2022
Creation of the Centre for Entrepreneurship and Innovations Promotion and Support in Hlybokaje District
The lack of business expertise among the local residents is a factor constraining full-scale entrepreneurship and business activity development in Hlybokaje District. Learning new skills and consultations on further development of small and medium businesses will contribute to enhancement of the district business environment.
Price: € 461 478 Status: Time: 2019 - 2021