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2 Dec 2021

Humanitarian project of Cherven Central District Hospital

Humanitarian project of Cherven Central District Hospital

Project name:  Life-Giving Water

Implementation period: 2 years

Applicant: Cherven Central District Hospital

Project goal: To create an enabling environment for rehabilitation and preservation of health, promotion of active lifestyles and better quality of life.

Project objectives:
- To preserve and promote the health of all segments of the population;
- To prevent exacerbations and complications of chronic diseases in children and adults;
- To reduce temporary incapacity for work and duration of patients’ stay in hospital;
- To provide comprehensive rehabilitation therapy for children (autism, cerebral palsy, mental illness) and adults;
- To reduce mortality and disability, to improve the quality of life;
- To increase life expectancy;
- To renovate a hydropathic treatment facility;
- To acquire special equipment.

Target group: Citizens of Cherven District

Brief description:
Hydrotherapy is used for rehabilitation purposes and makes use of the therapeutic properties of fresh water and mineral waters. Hydropathic treatment is provided as sodium chloride, iododromic and pantomagnium baths;
- To create the conditions for professional development of hospital specialists;
- To disseminate the information about the project through mass media;
- To organize the exchange of experience with interested parties.

Project budget (US dollars): $60,000
Sources of financing

Donor funds $54,000
Co-funding $6,000

Project site: 60 Barykina Street, Cherven, Minsk Region

Expected results: The project is expected to improve the health of people and the quality of life, to reduce the duration of temporary incapacity to work, and reduce the rate of disability.

Contact person: Nadezhda Setsko, legal counselor
Phone: 801714 25993

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