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Project “Implementation of youth-friendly health care services model in Klaipėda city municipality” contract was signed

Ministry of Health of the Republic of Lithuania announces that on 4 September 2015 the trilateral Project “Implementation of youth-friendly health care services model in Klaipėda city municipality” contract was signed.

Project code – NOR-LT11-SAM-01-K-03-013

Project promoter – Klaipėda city municipality administration

Project partners – Klaipėda city municipality public health bureau, Klaipėda University, Klaipėda jouth health centre „Bendraamžiai“

Amount of grant assistance and co-financing is 81 490,03 Eur

Aim of the project – to improve the accessibility and quality of youth-friendly health care services (YFHCS) in Klaipėda city municipality by implementing YFHCS provision model in accordance with the needs of Klaipėda city municipality young people.

While implementing the project:

  • YFHCS coordinating center in Varėna municipality public health bureau premises will be established;
  • YFHCS coordinating and case management function will be introducted and supported;
  • 4 Algorithms in priority areas of the YFHCS provision will be adapted and applied at the municipal level;
  • Youth health portal at municipal level will be administer;
  • e-consultations via the Youth health portal will be provided;
  • Youth health portal mobile application will be created;
  • events for preseting adapted Algorithms, Youth health portal and created mobile application will be organized;
  • training for YFHCS providers will be organized;
  • training for parents on the issues of teenage sexuality development will be organized;
  • sessions for youth health improvement in the municipality involving interinstitutional cooperation will be organized;
  • public health training volunteers will be prepared;
  • free online access points via the Youth health portal and other websites of institutions providing health care or health improvement services will be created;
  • publicly available free exercise machines in public space will be established.
Last updated: 12-06-2016