Health Specialists Converge at Project Reach Out Annual Meeting in Malta The second day of the annual meeting for Project…
Doctors, health workers, experts in the field, decision-makers and public administrators working
in the field of health and immigrant services, involved in the project
Number of patients receiving prevention, counseling, peer support, harm reduction, or healthcare services in Malta, Greece, and Italy
Number of migrants and disadvantaged locals receiving a general medical consultation in
community-based settings in Malta, Greece and Italy
Migrants and refugees located in the areas of interest reached through ad hoc social advertising
Integrated community health-care
for hard-to-reach populations
The REACH-OUT project aims to improve global health outcomes for migrants and disadvantaged local population groups in Italy, Malta, and Greece by providing prevention, early detection, and access to care for various diseases.
The project will also promote stakeholders’ cooperation and raise awareness about HIV/AIDS and TB among the general public, migrants, professionals, institutions, and organizations.
The project will use internet technology and social media to develop a targeted communication campaign to share information about existing services and STIs/HIV prevention.
Improve global health outcomes
for migrants and disadvantaged local population
Health and inclusion
Create an integrated community health care for hard-to-reach populations
Access to healthcare
Ensuring that migrants have access to high-quality health services
A team of specialists in three countries helping against STDs, tuberculosis and hepatites in disadvantaged communities
Health and inclusion among disadvantaged communities
Learn more about our Info Days
To showcase the main activities of the project and involve a larger number of stakeholders, an Info day will be organized for each of the three participating countries.
Sexually transmitted infections (STIs)
- Chlamydia - 35%
- Gonorrhoea - 22%
- Syphilis - 2%
- Trichomoniasis - 42%