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21 Jun 2022

Humanitarian project “Care for others”

Humanitarian project “Care for others”

Project name: Care for others

Applicant: Chausy Psycho-Neurological Care Home for the Elderly and Disabled
3 Sotsyalnaya Street, Rosinka village, Chausy District, Mogilev Oblast, 213206, Belarus
Phone: +3752242 7-11-92
Fax: +3752242 7-11-97

Company brief:

Founded in 1992, the care home caters for citizens of the Republic of Belarus, foreign citizens and persons without citizenship, permanently residing in the country, who have reached the retirement age, or people with disabilities, legally recognized as physically handicapped, or who have partially or completely lost the ability to look after themselves and who need care, supported living and medical assistance.

Company head:
Tatiana Voyevodova
Phone: +3752242 7-11-92

Project Manager:
Irina Zhuravkova Irina
Legal adviser
Phone: +3752 242 7-09-40

Assistance received from other foreign sources: vegetable seeds from the international public association “Help People”

  • Required financing: $50,000
  • Co-financing: $500 – non-budgetary funding

Implementation period: 1 July 2022-30 September 2022

Project goal: community integration for people with disabilities, including wheelchair users

Project tasks:

• To involve people with disabilities in cultural events, provide them with the opportunity to visit cultural, historical and religious sights of Belarus;
• To expand the accessibility of social and cultural services for people with disabilities;
• To expand the circle of contacts of people with disabilities;
• To help people with disabilities adapt in modern society.

Brief description: to purchase a minibus for social and cultural rehabilitation of people with disabilities (18 seats: 14 - for people with disabilities, including wheel-chairs, 4 - for accompanying staff).

Project justification:

The acquisition of a minibus with a lifting device will help people with disabilities, including wheelchair users, take part in regional and nationwide sports events and competitions for people with disabilities, to visit cultural, historical and religious sights of Belarus.

Post-project activities:
The implementation of the project will help enhance the level of self-esteem of people with disabilities living in the care home.

Total financing: $50,500

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