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Project: Support to street children and teenagers in Moscow


01/01/2006 - 01/12/2006 (ongoing project)

Project goals

Since 2003 MSF-B work with street children and teenagers aiming at social re-connection and harm reduction through a non-coercive approach encompassing medical, psychological and social interventions, with assistance from a network of partner organizations. The project can be divided into 3 portions: 1) Outreach work on the street, 2) Work in the Day Center and 3)Work with partners, official structures and society.

Results

Since 2003 MSF-B work with street children and teenagers aiming at social re-connection and harm reduction through a non-coercive approach encompassing medical, psychological and social interventions, with assistance from a network of partner organizations. The project can be divided into 3 portions: 1) Outreach work on the street, 2) Work in the Day Center and 3)Work with partners, official structures and society.

Location

  • Moscow
  • Related Organisations

    Counterparts:   no information
    Beneficiaries:   Moscow city center Children of street
    Financiers:   Medecins Sans Frontieres (MSF-B)
    The Salvation Army
    Charity groups of the Orthodox Church
    Luxemburg MFA
    Contractors:   no information

    Project Budget

    no information

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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"
    WHO EU