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Общи :: Final Evaluation Visit in Bulgaria on Keep me Safe

Final Evaluation Visit in Bulgaria on Keep me Safe

Sofia, NovemberLogo 18-20 2014

John Clark, external evaluation expert on Keep me Safe project, and Anna Michalowicz, regional Communications Advisor IPPF En, were in the office of Bulgarian Association for Family Planning on 18 and 19 November 2014. On 20 November together with Dr. Radosveta Stamenkova, Daniela Dikova and Ralitsa Zgalevska from BFPA both visited the town of Lovech.

In the frame of their visit the guests had meetings with Tatyana Mineva and Milena Rachovska form Asen Kiselinchev Boarding School in Dolni Dabnik, Kaloyan Damyanov, Chairman of Natonal Association of Resource Teachers in Bulgaria, Petar Tsintsarski, consultant in Prevention and Control of HIV/AIDS programme of Ministry of Healthcare, Maria Gineva, Chair of Future for Children with Disabilities Association and Director of Center of Social Rehabilitation and Integration of Children with disabilities in Kazanlak, Veska Maradjieva, Director of Day Center for children and adults with Disabilities in Kazanlak, Anna Temelkova and Daniela Chiriyska from International Projects Directorate in Ministry of Healthcare. In Lovech both visited the Resource Center and had conversation with the Director Monika Doncheva, as well with some of the participants in the training for parents on Keep me Safe, which was hold on the initiative of the Resource Center.
John Clark and Anna Michalowich were informed about the way the project is going on, about the results and usefulness for the target groups, as well as about concrete actions that are undertook as a consequence of the activities implemented.

Project Keep me Safe / DJ Justice DAPHNE 3 Program / DAPHNE – JUST/2012/DAP/AG/3092 “Keep me Safe”, co-funded by the EC Daphne III Program
KEEP ME SAFE is a two year (2013–2015) European initiative, coordinated by the International Planned Parenthood Federation (IPPF) and co-financed by European Commission (DJ Justice – Program Daphne III). The main project goal is young people with learning disabilities (YPLD) across Europe to be protected from sexual violation and abuse.
More about the project.
http://www.safesex.bg/en/ongoing-projects/keep-me-safe

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