COVID-19 Extraordinary Call
How do I protect my own body? How does the immune system work?
The six-month project funded through the CEI Extraordinary Call launched in response to the COVID-19, aimed at facilitating and adjusting telemedicine in 5 care centres in Moldova.
The initiative of the Bulgarian Society of Group Analysis and Group Processes Kabinet.bg has set up a virtual outpatient clinic for free emergency psychotherapy and emotional support during the COVID-19 pandemic.
COVIDAI is a CEI-funded project in the framework of the COVID-19 Extraordinary Call for Proposals / Know-how Exchange Programme.
The principles for chronic wound treatment are not included in the curricula of doctors and nurses worldwide, which leaves health care professionals largely on their own when grappling with educational development.
The CEI-funded project within the COVID-19 Extraordinary Call/Know-how Exchange Programme, PPE HEALTH PORTAL, has created a reference portal for the Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) sector and telemedicine solutions.
The CEI Covid-19 Extraordinary Call grant awarded to Lviv Polytechnic National University has enabled the implementation of two-fold activities in the fight against the pandemic.
STEMI communication platform, a portal developed by the Slovak med-tech company STEMI global is now available to simplify communication and coordination of professional paramedics and doctors. In particular, the mobile app helps them reduce time delays in the most sensitive cases of STEMI (stroke and trauma).
With the COVID-19 Extraordinary Call the CEI-Executive Secretariat has enabled the Albanian NGO Help the Life Association (Ndihmoni Jeten) to implement the project “Disability E-learning Platform (DEP)”.
The North Macedonian association of businesses and consultancies Kreacija has been able to level up the digital capacities of Micro-, Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (MSMEs) across the country thanks to the financial support granted through the CEI COVID-19 Extraordinary Call.
The CEI’s funding granted within the framework of the Covid-19 Extraordinary Call has empowered SCHOOLS.BY to strengthen their online service promoting distance learning in Belarus. In particular, the support has enabled them to develop additional tools in their transition to distance learning.
The South-Eastern Europe Health Network (SEEHN) Secretariat, a beneficiary of the CEI COVID-19 Extraordinary Call for Proposals, has unrolled the project “Strong nurses for strong health systems and a healthier world”, a Know-how Exchange Programme activity funded under the CEI Fund at the EBRD. Its first regional webinar “Primary Healthcare as main gatekeeper and crucial systemic element in the COVID-19 containment”, took place on 26 October 2020.
Businesses and partners from Albania, Italy, Poland and Ukraine, met on 20 October in a webinar focused on the exchange of knowledge and the promotion of innovative products for countering the current health emergency.
The Italian Health Institute (Istituto Superiore di Sanità – ISS), has recently kicked off two projects financed by Italy in the framework of the CEI COVID-19 Extraordinary Call for Proposals. Both actions will implement activities on Distance Learning on Epidemics and Pandemic outbreaks. One will target the countries of the Western Balkans and the other will target Belarus, Moldova and Ukraine.