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Other projects & links

EAHC
Executive Agency for Health and Consumers

DG Sanco
Directorate General for Health and Consumers

The Correlation Network
This project is funded between 2009 and 2012 and aims to is to tackle health inequalities in Europe and to improve prevention, care and treatment services. The focus is on blood-borne infectious diseases (BBID), in particular Hepatitis C and HIV/AIDS among vulnerable and high risk populations (e.g. drug users, migrants and young people at risk).

EUGATE
Best practice in health services for immigrant populations

Bordernet
The overarching goal of Bornernet is to improve prevention, diagnostic and treatment of HIV/AIDS (incl. co-infections) and STIs through bridging gaps in practice, policies and cross-country cooperation and enhancing capacity in interdisciplinary response (medical, prevention, research.)

HCube
The general objectives of the project will be to identify and disseminate good practices, contents and tools about Hepatitis B (HBV), Hepatitis C (HCV) and HIV training programmes and prevention campaigns aiming to help Public Administrations and NGOs in the EU, particularly in Italy, Romania, Greece, Slovenia, Poland, Czech Republic, Bulgaria, Hungary, Cyprus, Malta and Lithuania.

AIDS Action Europe
Established in 2004, AIDS Action Europe has grown to be one of the largest HIV-related networks in the region. The network reaches beyond the borders of the European Union and covers all 53 countries in Europe and Central Asia. Their mission is to unite civil society to work towards a more effective response to the HIV epidemic in Europe and Central Asia.

Promote Vaccines among Migrant Groups in Europe (PROMOVAX)
This 3-year project funded by the DG SANCO Public Health Program 2008 – 2013 aims to promote vaccination among migrant populations in Europe.

Migrant and Ethnic Health Observatory (MEHO)
The main objective of MEHO is to develop indicators to monitor the health status of immigrant/ethnic minority groups in Europe. The focus is on five critical health areas where ethnicity-specific health data is available: mortality, cardiovascular diseases and diabetes, infectious diseases, cancer, self-perceived health and health care use.

Migration Modelling for Statistical Analysis (MIMOSA)
Funded by Eurostat, the main objective of this project was to develop methods to reconcile the differences in international migration statistics in European countries. The project produces estimates of both migration flows and population stocks.