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H-CUBE

The H-CUBE project aims at identifying and disseminating good practices, contents and tools for training programs and campaigns for prevention of HIV, hepatitis B and hepatitis C. Partners in the project are government structures and non-government organizations from 11 EU countries - Italy, Romania, Greece, Slovenia, Poland, the Czech Republic, Bulgaria, Hungary, Cyprus, Malta and Lithuania. The leading partner is the University of Sassari, Italy.


The main activities under the project include the developing of a multilingual and multimodal digital platform for health/education trainers in the area of health education and of problems related to HIV, hepatitis B and C in particular. This platform will also provide an e-learning using innovative pedagogical approaches and new online learning and training methods. Also a prevention campaign is planned to be held in all partner countries at places popular with young people.

 

The project is financed by the Public Healthcare Program of the European Commission – the Executive Agency for Health and Consumers (PHEA).

 

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Latest news

Presentation of the results of a regional study and recommendations for SRH services in the European Parliament - project "Youth Voices, Youth Choices"

Brussels, October 26, 2022

In the last months of 2022 the partners of the YVYC project, together with experts and young people, developed recommendations for regional policy recommendations for improvement of health and social systems and SRHR services for young people after the Covid 19 pandemic.
The recommendations are targeting decision-makers at international and national institutions.  They were presented in the European Parliament on October 26, 2022 by young advocates and experts, with the support of MEP Fred Matic. Three BFPA representatives - Victoria Nikolova, Venelin Stoychev and Pavlina Filipova participated in the EP meeting.

 
Training within the framework of the youth-led campaign in the city of Dupnitsa - "Check in advance, don't trust!" The truth stories from the Roma neighborhood"

Dupnitsa, October 15-16, 2022

On October 15th  and 16th 2022 a training "Check in advance, don't trust!" was held on topics how to identify fake news. Participants, including Roma youth (14 and 18 years old),  enriched their knowledge about media and the impact of false information on health services. The training included also photovoice method and  interesting photography techniques. Young people will practice those skills in the upcoming campaign activities.

 
Youth-led campaign "Health Alarm Clock" in Breznik

Breznik, October 11, 2022

On October 11, 2022, the first of a series of health education information meetings was held with 35 students from 11th and 12th grades of "Vasil Levski" school in Breznik. The event is part of the campaign "Health Alarm Clock" under the "YOUTH VOICES, YOUTH CHOICES" project of BFPA, financed by the” MSD for Mothers” program and organized by the Regional Youth Raise Center with the partnership of the Bulgarian Family Planning and Sexual Health Association (BFPA), Breznik Municipality and the Local Commission for Combating Anti-Social Behavior of Minors.

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