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Projects Health Care and Social Inclusion

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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
Existing
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
Existing
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
Existing
Development of cross-border cooperation in helping people with autism on the Polish-Belarusian borderlands
The number of children with autistic disorders is mounting yearly. Their number in Brest Region doubled in the last five years. In order to provide high-quality corrective and pedagogical assistance, one needs to train specialists, procure special equipment and build an infrastructure accessible for children with autistic spectrum disorders.
Price: € 2 309 222 Status: Time: 2019 - 2021
Existing
Improvement of epidemiological safety at the Polish-Belarusian border area
Early detection of infectious diseases facilitates prompt commencement of the required treatment and prevention of the infection dissemination, while preventive measures, such as public awareness raising, help reduce the number of new cases of infectious diseases.
Price: € 2 579 221 Status: Time: 2019 - 2021
Existing
Better Access to Medical Services in the Cross-Border Region
The oxygen generation and distribution system in the Brest Children's Regional Hospital is in a critical condition. It supports the functioning of the Intensive Care Unit, Neonatal Care and Operating Units. The hospital also provides palliative care at the Intensive Care Unit (to terminal patients); however, no inpatient palliative care rooms have been allocated due to a lack of resources. The upgrade of the oxygen station and medical gas distribution system will provide for further outfitting of the hospital will new medical equipment and diversification of its services.
Price: € 857 359 Status: Time: 2019 - 2020
Existing
Model health care program to fight osteoporosis in area of Polish-Belarusian borderland
The increase in life expectancy and negative natural population growth contribute to the growing number of elderly people. One of the problems faced by elderly people is osteoporosis. Approximately 30% of people 50 years and older suffer from the disease. At that, osteoporosis is, in most cases, detected in elderly people only after a fracture due to a shortage of specialists and a lack of an early diagnosis system.
Price: € 1 852 282 Status: Time: 2019 - 2021
Closed
Navapolack – from an inclusive school to an inclusive city

Inclusion of children and young people with disabilities into the educational process and a fulfilling social life is one of the key objectives of the civilized society. The project is aimed at creation of an inclusive environment, removal of social and mental barriers to disabled people.


Price: € 514 080 Status: Time: 2016 - 2019
Closed
Development of a Pilot Project to Protect the Rights of Children with Severe Disabilities and Terminal Conditions in Belarus
For the first time in Belarus, a legal service will be established under the project to help families that have children with severe disabilities with protecting their interests. For instance, a skilled lawyer could help a wheelchair-bound child's family with arranging a ramp at their apartment building entry.
Price: € 471 137 Status: Time: 2015 - 2018
Existing
Preventing Non-communicable Diseases, Promoting a Healthy Lifestyle and Support to Modernization of the Health System in Belarus (BELMED)
About 90% of all deaths in Belarus are associated with non-communicable diseases (NCDs): 63% are cardiovascular, 14% are oncological. Their development is further provoked by harmful habits, poor diet and a sedentary lifestyle. The burden of dangerous illnesses may be reduced by mitigating NCD-related risk factors.
Price: € 4 100 000 Status: Time: 2015 - 2020