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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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BFPA survey about positive birth-rate measures

Sofia, December 5, 2022 

The Bulgarian Association for Family Planning and Sexual Health (BFPA) presented the results of a nationally representative survey conducted by KANTAR. The study took place in August 2022, among a sample of 836 people from the adult population and analyzed the measures that would positively affect the birth rate.

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Final conference on ARIE project: PLHIV and fitness

Sofia, November 11, 2022

On November 11, 2022, the final conference of the ARIE project was held in Sofia. The project is supported by the Erasmus+ Sport program, led by the long-standing Italian partner of BFPA ANLAIDS – Lombardia. The rest of the participating organizations are from Bulgaria, Greece, Lithuania, Romania and Slovenia. The activities are aimed at people living with HIV (PLHIV), the goal of the project is to develop and introduce a fitness program and an activity protocol for people living with HIV. In Bulgaria the project was coordinated by Boyan Mladenov from the BFPA team. Among the participants of the conference were health specialists, professors from medical universities, NGO partners, representatives of the target group. From the Bulgarian side the most outstanding was the presentation of Prof. Radka Argirova “HIV,Covid and Monkeypox - what more we have to know”
The project aims to promote physical activity in the form of personalized guidelines among people between the ages of 18 and 50 who are living with HIV and who are on treatment, offering an innovative fitness protocol to engage them in moderate physical activity.
This is the first project in Europe specifically targeting people living with HIV and fitness to promote a healthy lifestyle and add fitness protocols to HIV therapy.

 
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.

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Implemented projects :: International initiatives