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HIV-AIDS

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Informative-Educational Materials

 


Tuberculosis

Courses:

Tuberculosis Guides for Civil Society:

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Useful sites:

  • Stop TB Romania Partnership [RO] – aims to eradicate tuberculosis from the world, a curable disease that still kills three people every minute. Founded in 2001, the Partnership’s mission is to serve every person who is vulnerable to TB and to ensure that high quality treatment is available to all who need it.
  • Marius Nasta Institute of Pneumoftiziology [RO]– since its establishment, the Institute focuses its activity on three levels, namely the training of specialized staff, the creation and consolidation of strong links with health facilities in the territory and scientific research, its main objective being to establish a unitary concept to combat tuberculosis. criteria for the development of the specialized network, in accordance with the main epidemiological aspects.
  • Center for Health Policy and Services [RO]– The Center for Health Policy and Services (CPSS) is an independent, non-profit, non-political foundation with legal personality, established in December 1999. It assumes the mission of promoting quality health services, active participation in fulfillment of the role of catalyst for the debate on health policies and the development of projects on health services and public health.
  • Association for the Support of Tuberculosis Patients MDR [RO]– was founded in 2011 as a non-governmental, non-profit organization. The main activity is to focus on the needs of patients with TB and MDR-TB: their representation before the authorities. The organization is growing in order to meet the specific needs of patients. For the time being, it addresses specific needs, having recently developed a strategic plan that is being implemented.
  • World Health Organization [EN] – aims to build a better, healthier future for people around the world. Working in offices in more than 150 countries, WHO staff work with governments and other partners to ensure the highest level of health for all.
  • Global TB Caucus [EN] -a single international network of political representatives with support in more than 100 countries. Led by its members for its members, with the support of a dedicated Secretariat, the members of the Caucus work collectively and individually to end the TB epidemic.
  • World Health Organization – Office for Europe [EN] – WHO is the authority responsible for public health within the United Nations system. The WHO Regional Office for Europe (WHO Europe) is one of the six WHO regional offices worldwide.
  • TBResults UK (section dedicated to the fight agains) [EN] – An international NGO that aims to end extreme poverty through advocacy and campaigns. The Truth about TB runs the “TB Truth” program in the UK – the UK’s national tuberculosis charity, helping people save lives in the UK, Zambia, Malawi and Zimbabwe.
  • Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, USA – The mission of the Tuberculosis Elimination Directorate (DTBE) is to promote health and quality of life by preventing, controlling, and possibly eliminating tuberculosis in the United States.
  • Stop TB International Partnership [EN] – aims to eradicate tuberculosis from the world, a curable disease that still kills three people every minute. Founded in 2001, the Partnership’s mission is to serve every person who is vulnerable to TB and to ensure that high quality treatment is available to all who need it.
  • TB Europe Coalition [EN]  -the informal advocacy alliance, which shares a commitment to raising awareness of tuberculosis and raising the political will to control the disease in the WHO European region and worldwide.
  • The program dedicated to the professional and social reintegration of people affected by Tuberculosis– aims to set up special psycho-social care, counseling and vocational guidance services for people with TB, thus providing good practice models, but also to properly inform the general public about TB and to reduce the risk of tuberculosis. discrimination and stigma against people with TB through a national campaign.
  • Improving the health of the Romanian population by increasing tuberculosis control -The general objective of the project is to strengthen the control of tuberculosis in Romania, with a focus on multidrug resistant and extremely resistant tuberculosis (TB-MDR / XDR) and on poor and vulnerable groups.

 


Autism

1. Strengthening local counseling and support services for parents of children and adolescents with ASD (Autism Spectrum Disorder)

Studies:

Guides and manuals:

2. Prepared community, integrated child – support for the school and social integration of children with autism spectrum disorders

Guides and manuals:

3.Together we are a voice!

Reports:

4. And they must have a chance!

Guides and manuals:

Studies:

5. MASPA – Measures to promote non-discrimination and social inclusion in schools, communities and the labor market for people with autism, with a focus on Roma communities

Studies:

Toolkits:


Others

 

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