Campina Open Mountain Bike is a mountain bike competition well-known among the cycling lovers across the country and it enjoys a large participation in each edition and has the purpose to encourage a healthy lifestyle and promoting Prahova County. Campina Open MTB is also a fundraising event based entirely on voluntary and the charity character…

Media campaign for prevention of mother-to-child transmission (PMTCT) was launched in Marc 2005 and concluded at the end of the same year. Partners and sponsors: Open Society Foundation Hungary, World Bank, the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria, NEXTCap Advertising through movie director Radu Muntean. Campaign slogan: “Chose your child’s life!” Estimated number…

Initiated in September 2002, the project developed over a period of two years and a half, with a preparation component of about 6 months. The aim of the interventions developed within this project was, fist and foremost, to evaluate and reduce the risk of HIV mother-to-child transmission. Secondly, it aimed to improve the quality of…

The project started in 2001 with the purpose to facilitate HIV infection diagnosis disclosure to children and teenagers registered and receiving therapy from specialized services, by their families and legal guardians. Diagnosis disclosure aimed to create the basis for active involvement from the HIV positive children and teenagers in the decisions concerning them, to improve…

Started at the beginning of 203, the Youth Forum represented a project that complemented the activities and services provided through the “Sunflower – Smile” Day Clinics Network. The project began with the basic idea that HIV positive young people can get involved in making decisions which concern them, can advocate and fight for their rights,…

The project was developed during a whole year (August 2004 – August 2005) and aimed at increasing the quality of HIV/AIDS-related media products. In this purpose, 12 training sessions were organized for journalists, in 12 different locations, for media professionals who worked for national or local trusts and companies (TV, radio, print). The training sessions…

Funny Learning 5PM started in May 2004 and was implemented for almost a year, until april 2005. It represented, first and foremost, an innovative a friendly way of approaching HIV/AIDS. It was a multimedia educational product, basically a virtual city which, when visited, provided the opportunity to find general and specific information about HIV/AIDS, sexually…

The project, first of its kind in Romania, was implemented for two years (2000 – 2002) in Constanta County, with three major intervention areas: education, prevention and training. Through the project activities, 11.423 pregnant women from Constanta County benefited from counseling on HIV infection risks and risks associated with mother-to-child transmission. At the same time,…

The project was implemented in the summer of 2007, with financial support from the Civil Society Development Foundation (FDSC) to which various businesses and individuals also contributed with donations. Organizing a “survival camp” was a new and innovative ay to involve HIV positive teenagers in educational activities, adapted to the specific 14 to 18 age…

The program Prevention of mother-to-child transmission – intervention in rural areas was implemented in 2004 and 2005 with the goal to carry out efficient activities for education and HIV/AIDS prevention in 12 rural communities, involving local networks of family doctors. Through this program, family doctors from 12 rural communities benefited from training and were able…

The ARTS&AIDS Festival – Campaign for raising public awareness about HIV/AIDS was launched in 2006 and repeated in 2007. In running this campaign, together with Romanian Angel Appeal, several companies also brought their contribution: Pizza Hut, KFC, Generali Insurance, Quadrant-Amroq Beverages and Iridex Group. Our partners in organizing and running this campaign were ARCUB, Movieplex,…

The education and prevention programs for young people living with HIV/AIDS started in 2001 and were completed in March 2007. A survey conducted by Romanian Angel Appeal in 2001 showed that 67% of the 2.500 children and young people beneficiaries of the “Sunflower – Smile” Day Clinics were not aware of their HIV diagnosis. According…

The SEYPA Program (Combating Social Exclusion of Young People Affected by HIV/AIDS) was initiated by the European Forum on HIV/AIDS, Children, Young People and Families and ran by Romania Angel Appeal. Period of implementation: January 2003 – December 2004; Sponsor: GlaxoSmithKline; Objective: to consult young people affected by HIV/AIDS across five European countries (Romania, Italy,…

The Mobile Unit Program for dental and dermatological care started in June 2001, initially financed by World Bank and later by the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria, Round 2. The program was concluded on December 31st, 2007. Partner of Romanian Angel Appeal in implementing the program for dental and dermatological care through…

LOT Drug – Prevention and reduction of drug use among young people is a project initiated by Romanian Angel Appeal in 2004 as part of a series of European projects dedicated to young people. The primary objective is to prevent and reduce drug use and its effects among schoolchildren and young people. Period: 2004 –…

The program for scaling up the “Sunflower” Day Clinics Network was launched in 1991 and concluded in December 2008, being currently integrates into the public health system. Partners: The Ministry of Health; The National Institute for Infectious Diseases “Prof. Dr. Matei Bals” of Bucharest; The Hospital for Infectious Diseases of Constanta; The Clinical Hospital for…

Launched in 2005, TEDDY Network of Excellence (Task-Force in Europe for Drug Development for the Young) involves 19 partners from 11 European states: members of the scientific communities, pharmacological industry, European bodies working in the field as well as representatives of parents, legal guardians and patients associations. The project beneficiaries are the HIV positive patients…

“First Baby” project was launched in November 2007 and aims to provide families expecting their first baby with practical information, in a friendly manner, related to pregnancy, birth and newborn and baby care. The project is still running and has as beneficiaries not only future mothers but the whole family, thus encouraging participation and implication…

The project has as main objective to facilitate the access on the labor market for young people living with HIV/AIDS through adequate activities for professional training and vocational counseling carried out by a team of professionals. Recent studies show that over 80% of Romanians show some form of discrimination towards people living with HIV/AIDS. An…

PENTA was established in 1991 as a collaboration between clinical centers for pediatric HIV population in Europe. Clinical trials are financed mainly by the European Commission (through the project EuroCoord), government bodies in some European countries, and with the support of the pharmaceutical industry. PENTA Foundation for treatment and care of children with HIV serves…

The project “First steps towards independence” started in September 2006 and is still going on as part of a series of social projects that Romanian Angel Appeal implements in the benefit of people with disabilities or chronic diseases at high risk of discrimination or social exclusion. Sponsor: RAP Foundation, UK. Partners in implementing the projects…

The campaign “Together we fight autism” represents a national initiative for awareness raising and fundraising, which was developed between November 2008 and May 2009. It focused on care and recovery of children with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD). The goal of the campaign was to provide information and to raise public and decision makers’ awareness concerning…

The program for Continuous Medical Education started in 2000, with initial financial support from United Nations Development Programme (UNDP). Later, other donors added their support. The goal of this continuous professional training program is to contribute to building professional competencies of medical staff of all levels to efficiently prevent HIV/AIDS transmission and to provide quality…

The program “Scaling Up Voluntary Testing and Counseling Services for the General Population (VCT)” started in October 2004 and was concluded in December 2008 as part of the programs implemented by Romanian Angel Appeal, being integrated to a great extent into the public health system. Sponsor: The Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria…

The Program for Prevention of Mother to Child Transmission (PMTCT) was launched in October 2004 and completed in December 2008, being integrated to a great extent into the public health system. Partner: Ministry of Health, through the County Public Health Authorities in 16 counties: Suceava, Bacau, Galati, Braila, Constanta, Dambovita, Prahova, Olt, Dolj, Timis, Sibiu,…

The Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria in Romania (www.globalfund.ro) – The Global Fund, is an international financial organization whose activity is based on a strategic partnership between governmental institutions, civil society, private sector and communities affected by the three epidemics of major impact on the general population health. The funding granted by…

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