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Project: REHABILITATION OF DISABLED CHILDREN

SIDA.2001.C
01/01/2001 - 31/12/2005 (60 months)

Project goals

Co-operation between the municipality of Arkhangelsk and the department for child and youth habilitation at the County Council in Örnsköldsvik. The project aim is to develop the habilitation of disabled children in the region of Arkhangelsk. The overall objective is to integrate children with disabilities in the regular school system across the region as well as in normal family life.

Results

Co-operation between the municipality of Arkhangelsk and the department for child and youth habilitation at the County Council in Örnsköldsvik. The project aim is to develop the habilitation of disabled children in the region of Arkhangelsk. The overall objective is to integrate children with disabilities in the regular school system across the region as well as in normal family life.

Location

  • Arkhangelsk oblast
  • Related Organisations

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    Financiers:   Swedish Agency for International Development (SIDA)
    Contractors:   no information

    Project Budget

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    Adolescent health

    Children’s health

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     The project is funded by WHO/CIDA Health Care Policy and Stewardship Programme in Russia
     Developed in co-operation with the EU funded Tacis "North West Health Replication Project"
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