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Project: Kaliningrad/ Malmo cross border cooperation on Mother-to Child HIV prevention (“New Beginning”)


01/02/2001 - 31/05/2002 (16 months)

Project goals

Development and building a base of knowledge within health institutions concerning HIV-infected women and their children, to minimize the risk of vertical transmission of the disease from an HIV-infected woman to her child; to develop social and health policy for identifying and referring HIV-infected pregnant women

Activities

Development and building a base of knowledge within health institutions concerning HIV-infected women and their children, to minimize the risk of vertical transmission of the disease from an HIV-infected woman to her child; to develop social and health policy for identifying and referring HIV-infected pregnant women

Kaliningrad (Russia) and Malmo (Sweden)

Location

  • Kaliningrad oblast
  • Related Organisations

    Counterparts:   no information
    Beneficiaries:   no information
    Financiers:   European Union (EU), EU-Russia Cooperation Programme (formerly known as Tacis)
    Contractors:   no information

    Project Budget

    200 000 Euro.

    Topics: 

    This project is characterised by the topics below. Please click on one of these topics to see a list of other projects with that topic.

    HIV/AIDS

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     Copyright  2002—2021, Federal Public Health Institute
     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