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27.06.2022 Implementation of the Noncommunicable diseases (NCDs) outreach mobile teams project in Lviv region

28.12.2021 Online Webinars on COVID-19 for Medical and Social Workers

30.01.2021 Publication of a booklet on COVID-19 within the online program

17.12.2020 The second webinar of the online program

30.11.2020 EUROTEST WEEK 2020

27.11.2020 UK-Ukraine COVID-19 sharing medical expertise and experience on COVID-19

02.12.2019 AIDS DAY CELEBRATION

10.10.2019 MASTER CLASSES ON SALUS FOUNDATION TRAININGS IN ZAPORIZHZHIA CITY

27.07.2019 ACTION ON FREE OF CHARGE HEPATITIS B TESTING

25.10.2018 The seventh training in the frame of the Project Computer Skills of Medical Workers - Guaranty of Providing People Living with HIV/AIDS with Quality Assistance

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CRIMEA WAVE SUPPORT FOR WOMEN FROM CRIMEA SEEKING THE ASYLUM IN LVIV REGION (WESTERN UKRAINE) AFTER THE ANNEXING CRIMEA BY RUSSIA.


Title CRIMEA WAVE SUPPORT FOR WOMEN FROM CRIMEA SEEKING THE ASYLUM IN LVIV REGION (WESTERN UKRAINE) AFTER THE ANNEXING CRIMEA BY RUSSIA.
Project start 01.08.2014
Project finish 2014
Partners Feminist Review Trust (Great Britain)
Aim The main objective is to provide support to women from Crimea seeking the asylum in Lviv. The direct target group will include at least 20 pregnant women and 20 newborns expected within coming 6 months.
Target group Women

The Ukraine crisis involves the Crimean Peninsula, a multi-ethnic region annexed by Russia

as the Crimean Federal District, a status which is not recognized by the United Nations.

Indigenous people - the Crimean Tatars and Ukrainians were reported to have been persecuted

 and kidnapped.

Since annexation, thousands of people have left the peninsula. Many of them have fled to Lviv

in Western Ukraine.

As on July 2014 Lviv and region hosted over 400 families from Crimea (3770 persons, among

them 1362 children, 47 pregnant women). About 80% of them are Crimean Tatars with majority

of long families with 5-7 children.

SALUS will offer direct medical and social support for women and the newborns by providing 

access to services on base of partnering medical Centre ASTAR (gynecologist, pediatrician,

nurse, ultrasound examination). Special attention will be paid to women settled in rural villages

 by means of outreach visits with the Mobile Unit of the Foundation equipped with gynecological

examination chair and other facilities. The representatives of the target group will be selected

and addressed for medical services by community group “Crimea Wave” formed by displaced

persons. The data base of target group will be provided by Lviv regional state administration.

Social support will include medical examination kits, medical items, toys and diapers for children

etc. the social worker will also provide case management for project clients.

Activities planed:

1. working group meeting.

2. development and publication of the informational materials in Ukrainian and Tatar

language.

3. providing medical examination and consulting (gynecologist, ultrasound, podiatritian),

4. providing basic social support (daipers, toys etc).

5. announcing in mass media.