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Implemented projects :: International initiatives
International initiatives

Health education and informational materials for women in rural areas

LOGO deloaThe project was carried out between 2004 and 2006 in partnership with 7 organizations from Spain, Cyprus, Lithuania, Portugal, Romania, Great Britain and Bulgaria. BFPA's participation in the project was to conduct training of trainers workshops for educators from rural regions in the target countries as well as to elaborate and enhance dissemination of the informational materials in all 7 ptoject languages - materials were posters, brochures and an educational film.

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Implementation, monitoring and consulting of an international Roma project in Moldova, Slovakia and Hungary

In 2002 BFPA began working on the “Reproductive health and health education for the Roma minority in Central and East Europe” project. The initiative was held in regions with a compact Roma population in Moldova, Slovakia and Hungary – three of the countries with a relatively high percentage of Roma population (7% - 11%).
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Promoting sexual and reproductive health and human rights among young people from the Western Balkans

In 2001 BFPA was selected to be the regional coordination hub of the European Network of the International Planned Parenthood Federation. The Association implemented a project which provided methodological support and field expertise to partner organizations. The project was implemented in the following Balkan countries: Serbia, Macedonia, Montenegro, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia.

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How Health Knowledge to Get to Roma Communities

Dolna Banya, July 5-7, 2022

After two days fulfilling work on leadership and advocacy with unbelievable roma young people from Lom, Dupnitsa and Byala Slatina problems in respective communities were identified. Discussions in searching the best decisions were led; image of the target groups and stakeholders was created and the needed communication skills on leading a successful campaign were discussed. Role plays, practical cases and individual video presentations with messages were commented.
The health mediators Tanya Kirilova from Lom, Daniela Ljubenova from Dupnitza and Mirena Bocheva from Byala Slatina are real mentors for the young people from the communities they work for. The three of them, together with Dr. Rada Stamenkova, Pavlina Filipova and Ralitsa Zgalevska from BFPA team actively contributed to support the motivated and well-prepared young people, enthusiastic to advocate for better health of people from their communities. In the coming months the team will continue to work on building their capacity as leaders and to help them with expertise and guidelines.

 
ARIE project coordination meeting

Ljubljana, June 24, 2022

On June 24, a reporting and coordination meeting on the ARIE project, supported by the ERASMUS+ program of the EU was held in Ljubljana, Slovenia. Project coordinators, from the 6 organizations from the participating countries - the project leader Italy, Lithuania, Greece, Bulgaria (BFPA is the Bulgarian project partner), Romania and the host of the meeting Slovenia. The previous activities carried out in individual countries were discussed: dissemination of the methodology and pilot training of end users – people living with HIV (PLHIV). The representatives of the individual countries talked about the difficulties and obstacles in the implementation of the activities, and then shared their successes, passing on valuable experience to the other participants. Future actions on the project and deadlines for their implementation were identified.

 
BFPA supports parents' and teachers’ communities in Pasarel in their search for the right communication channels with children and adolescents

Pasarel, June 11, 2022

The primary school in the village of Pasarel hosted a meeting between parents, teachers and representatives of the Bulgarian Family Planning and Sexual Health Association (BFPA) Dr. Rada Stamenkova and Ralitsa Zgalevska on Saturday, June 11, 2022. The director Ivaylo Kiskinov and the school psychologist Nadezhda Dedova, on whose initiative the event took place, were also at the vivid discussion, planned as a two-hour but prolonged three-hours without break - there were many questions, long answers, shared opinions, personal stories, observations and experience exchanged. It was about how to talk with children for growing up before they reach puberty, how to prepare them for the changes ahead, how to stay calm and confident as they go through the challenges of this specific and difficult age; how to stay in touch with them without avoiding awkward questions and at the same time not manipulating the information they receive, together with enhancing the ability to identify fake news on Internet.

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Implemented projects :: International initiatives