CoPE (Continuous Patient Education)
Patient education is one of the major challenges facing the world at large and specifically Eastern and Central European countries. The EATG dedicates part of its resources to fund translations of brochures and other resources produced in English into local languages of East Europe and Central Asia.
COPE project is a mechanism to fund the translation and adaptation of patient education materials related to HIV/AIDS treatment and policy.
Project aims: Empower local communities living with HIV and their advocates to access up-to-date evidence-based information in order to make better sexual health choices; and to dialogue with clinicians, health administrators and policy makers in Eastern, South and South-East-Europe, and Central Asia.
Duration: Started in 2001 – the current phase is funded from January 2015 for a period of 2 years. There are two rounds of calls for CoPE project proposals each year. Calls are posted here and shared widely to the communities of people living with or affected by HIV across Europe. For any queries please contact the EATG office on firstname.lastname@example.org.
Main partners: NAM; HIV i-Base