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M-CARE – MOBILIZING MIGRANT COMMUNITIES VIA CAPACITY AND ACCESS RECOURSE DEVELOPMENT

Project aims: The M-Care 2018 training programme is organized in collaboration by the Africa Advocacy Foundation (AAF) and the European AIDS Treatment Group (EATG). The goal of the training is to empower advocates and treatment activists from migrant communities in Europe to make a difference by fostering a stronger involvement of migrant communities in the provision of healthcare services, research, access programs, and early testing initiatives; as well as by fighting HIV, HCV, and TB related stigma and discrimination towards and within their community.

Main partners: Africa Advocacy Foundation (AAF)

EATG participation: Contracted project partner

Duration: March – July 2018

Main funding source/programme: ViiV Healthcare, Gilead Sciences, MSD

Budget: 118 951

Website: https://www.eatgtrainingacademy.com/m-care-2018

EATG contact person(s): Kristjan Jachnowitsch (EATG office) at kristjan.jachnowitsch@eatg.org