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Events :: Достъп :: For the health of women and children

For the health of women and children

ParticipantsSofia, June 17, 2021

On June 17, after many months of online communications, we at BFPA gladly started actively participating in live events. Dr. Radosveta Stamenkova was a panelist at a meeting at the French Cultural Institute, organized by Doctors of the World and the Trust for Social Alternative. Key partners from the NGO sector, representatives of diplomatic missions accredited to our country, field work institutions attended the meeting, at which were discussed two important topics:
1. The need for a national family planning and sexual health program with a special focus on disadvantaged groups.
2. The need for adequate health care for uninsured pregnant women and the financial expression of the benefits of investing in health prevention.

BannerDr. Krassimir Romanov, coordinator of BFPA in Pleven sent a video message to the meeting. Kamelia Dimitrova from the Dignita Foundation was on the panel together with Dr. Stamenkova. Of great interest was the presented by Venelin Stoychev TSA study on the economic efficiency of the introduction of a second examination for uninsured pregnant women and in general on the importance of investing in prevention measures , prophylaxis and early childhood development. Hopefully there will be no more Covid waves and the field work will continue in full speed. Congratulatory address from the Municipality of Sliven to BFPA and Doctors of the World, as well as  willingness to renew the trilateral agreement in the field of family planning and sexual and reproductive health (SRH) were shared with all participants.

 

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