To Build a Bridge

Training for Health Professionals and Law Enforcement Officers

Summary Report on the MIPEX Health Strand and Country Reports

EQUI HEALTH Public Report

Border Management and Detention Procedures: Health Perspective




Migration Health: Better Health for All in Europe


Assisting Migrants and Communities


Improving HIV data comparability


HIV-related data on migrant and ethnic minority populations in EU/EEA/EFTA


Mobility of Health Professionals

MHD RO Brussels Publications

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Under the Equi-Health project, IOM Zagreb delivered three National Pilot Training Rollout Workshops for First Responders and one local Training of Trainers (ToT) course between 22 October and 11 December 2014.

The courses took place in Zagreb, Vinkovci and Dubrovnik, and counted with the participation of representatives from border police, open/closed police and medical staff, the Croatian Red Cross, Croatian Public Health Institutions, customs administration, and NGOs.

In order to cover the topcis of migrant, occupational and public health, the sessions aimed at organizing three pilot training sessions, to identify potential future local trainers amongst the participants, and to organize local a local Training of Trainers (ToT) course for local trainers.

Amidst of these activities, the 2nd National Consultative Committee (NCC) meeting was held in Zagreb on 20 November 2014, presenting the Situational Analysis Report (SAR) for the Croatian part of the Southern EU border. Bringing together a total of 24 stakeholders, the Swiss-funded sub-action was reported to the group, which also discussed the SAR’s findings, rated recommendations by priority and discussed future needs for Croatia.

More information available in the Report.


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