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

Project aims: M-care is a training project that addresses migrant communities from Africa. It aims at improving the capacity of key community leaders to further educate and support local members and to improve migrant community involvement in treatment related advocacy and activism.

Project leader: EATG in cooperation with EATAN (European African Treatment Advocates Network)

Duration: The project is envisaged as a series of 2 trainings: The first one in November 2016, the second one in 2017.

Main funding source/programme: Bristol-Myers Squibb for EATG, MERCK for EATAN

Website: http://www.eatgtrainingacademy.org/

EATG contact person(s): Kristjan Jachnowitsch (EATG office) at kristjan.jachnowitsch@eatg.org; Damian Kelly (EATG membership) at damiank@talktalk.net

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