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With the Support of CzechAid, Noe’s ASD Symptoms Importantly Improved
July 27, 2022 News

With the Support of CzechAid, Noe’s ASD Symptoms Importantly Improved

Noe Kartsivadze was identified with autism spectrum disorder at the age of one and a half years. After taking the child to several kindergartens, his parents did not hope to find a suitable developmental environment for him. Shortly, they learned about special group established in Zugdidi within CzechAid-funded project with the aim to provide quality services to the children with an autism spectrum disorder (ASD) and immediately contacted them. Noe has been attending special classes for eight months now, and thanks to the efforts of the specially trained teachers by Caritas Czech Republic, his condition has significantly improved.

Village Doctors Improved their Clinical Practice Thanks to the Support of USAID
July 11, 2022 News

Village Doctors Improved their Clinical Practice Thanks to the Support of USAID

Caritas Czech Republic has been strengthening Georgia’s primary healthcare (PHC) for years. Since 2022, thanks to the financial support of USAID, together with UNICEF, we are carrying out a project to improve the quality of child health services through practice facilitation and supportive supervision provided to the PHC practitioners in all regions of Georgia. Recently, we had a chance to visit a rural ambulatory in Jugaani village in Sighnaghi municipality to learn how the practice facilitation helps rural doctors in improvement the quality of provided services on a daily basis.

With the Support of Czech Development Agency, Georgia Receives Comprehensive IT Solutions for PHC
June 15, 2022 News

With the Support of Czech Development Agency, Georgia Receives Comprehensive IT Solutions for PHC

Caritas Czech Republic has been supporting Georgia’s healthcare system since its mission’s establishment in 2015. Since then, we have been working not only on the capacity-building of family doctors, but also on the introduction of IT solutions to primary healthcare. Within the framework of the Czech Development Agency-funded project, various electronic information products were created, many of which significantly contributed to the increase of the quality of primary healthcare in rural areas and to the management of the COVID-19 pandemic in the country.

Stories of refugees who are getting back on their feet thanks to Caritas Czech Republic
June 8, 2022 Humanitární pomoc a rozvojová spolupráce Charity ČR

Stories of refugees who are getting back on their feet thanks to Caritas Czech Republic

"Ever since I was a little girl, I dreamt of becoming a doctor. But my family could not afford the school," twenty-seven-year-old Sigiro, a refugee from Rwanda, tells us in a Zambian hospital. “Caritas Czech Republic helped me secure a scholarship and today I am a doctor," Sigiro continues happily. We support refugees like her to stand on their own two feet. Because often all it takes is a little support at the beginning for refugees to take their lives into their own hands Read the stories of the people we support.

6 ways Caritas Czech Republic helps people who had to flee their homes
June 7, 2022 Humanitární pomoc a rozvojová spolupráce Charity ČR

6 ways Caritas Czech Republic helps people who had to flee their homes

The number of people who were forced to leave their homes has doubled in the last 10 years to 82.4 million refugees today. The most common reasons why people involuntarily leave their home country or region are protracted wars, political persecution and, more recently, problems related to climate change. Our assistance in 6 countries focuses not only on providing the basic necessities to live but also on sustainable solutions that give refugees a chance for a better future.