COOPERATION WITH SERBIAN MINISTRY OF HEALTH
On April 4th 2009, In Belgrade, Caritas SCG and Caritas Italiana signed a memo with Serbian Ministry of Health, regarding the concentrated and joined efforts in offering services to mental within health protection program in Serbia.
The meeting was attended by the president of Caritas, msgr Stanislav Hočevar, the director rev. Vladislav Varga, coordinator Mr. Darko Tot, project coordinators Danijela Varšic and Jelena Barać. For Caritas Italiana the present were don Livio Corazza, Laura Stopponi and Daniele Bombardi, while on the part of Ministry, the meeting was attended by the Serbian Minister of Health Dr Tomica Milosavljević.
Caritas SCG and Caritas Italiana have been working together on mental health protection program since the year 2000.
Since January 2008 these two organizations work together with the Serbian Ministry of health on the project of “Mental Health Promotion in Serbia”, co financed partly by the EU.
In the next period, caritas will organize a campaign, regarding the World Mental Health Day, together with Ministry of Health, traditionally held on October 10th.
Within the project SOCIETIES a study visit was organized from 11 to 13 March, aiming to exchange experiences and examples of good practice in the field of social inclusion between civil society organizations (CSOs)participating in the project. Representatives of 15 CSOs from Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro and Kosovo, together…
Caritas Bosnia and Herzegovina and Caritas Serbia recently received recognition for their exceptional work in disaster risk reduction. On March 1stthey were awarded by the Ministry of Security of Bosnia and Herzegovina for supporting disaster risk reduction in their respective countries and co-operating across borders. Caritas Bosnia and Herzegovina’s main contribution was…
Caritas psycho-social support team from Bujanovac Reception Center organises lessons of English language for refugees and migrants, every day, from Monday to Friday. The participants are divided into three groups, in relation to their previous knowledge. They attend classes regularly, with the goal to master the language better. The members…