Support of transformation process of care for people with mental disorders and people with learning difficulties in Moldova
- Identification number: 03/2015/12, 03/2016/12, 03/2017/12
- Total anticipated budget: 9 574 400 CZK
- Implementation period: 2015 - 2017
- Project location: Moldova
- Sector: Bilateral Development Cooperation, Other Social Infrastructure and Services
- Grant, public tender and budgetary measure within the project:
Grant: Support of transformation process of care for people with mental disorders and people with learning difficulties in Moldova
Implementation period: 2015-2017
Implementing partner: Centrum pro rozvoj péče o duševní zdraví
Financial resources provided by CZDA in 2015: 1 953 246 CZK
Financial resources provided by CZDA in 2016: 5 362 214 CZK
Financial resources provided by CZDA in 2017: 1 999 078 CZK
Project „Support of transformation process of care for people with mental disorders and people with learning difficulties in Moldova” is a response to a desperate situation in social care institutions for children and adults with disabilities in Moldova. Fundamental human rights abuse in institutions (such as physical and sexual abuse by staff, physical restraint, forced abortion etc.) is the second largest problem, after corruption, in Moldova in the field of human rights.
The intention of the project is to support the transition of care from institutions into community, improving the conditions of life of people with disabilities and mental illness with an emphasis on respect for human rights, which is fully in line with the objectives of both Czech foreign development cooperation and with the declared interest of the Moldovan government.The aim of the project is to improve a professionalism of stakeholders to perform transformational changes of care for people with mental disorders and learning difficulties in Moldova.
For this purpose an evaluation of 4 residential facilities (3 psychoneurological internats for adults in Brinzeni, Cocieri, Balti and 1 boarding school for children (girls) with mental disabilities in Hincesti) and to create Action Plan for transformation for each institution.
Further it will be trained 4 trainers who will be able to transfer knowledge and skills to other 16 important stakeholders.
Transformational experience from CR will be handed over to representatives of Ministry of Labour, Social Protection and Family, Ministry of Health, other NGOs and to staff of institutions through internship in the Czech Republic.
Moreover it will be provided consultations to Ministry of Labour, Social Protection and Family and written recommendations to preparation and implementation the Strategy of mental health care reform and social protection system will be drew up.