Mig-HealthCare is a three-year project that started in May 2017 and is being implemented by a consortium of Universities, National Authorities and NGOs from 10 European countries with different experiences and systems of public health and social inclusion of refugees and migrants. The overall aim of the project is to improve access to health services for vulnerable groups of migrants and refugees, to support their social inclusion and participation in European societies and to reduce health inequalities. The project will create effective community care models that will be tested in practice on different pilots, with particular emphasis on preventing and promoting health. In addition, the project will develop guidelines and tools for redirecting health services in a community context. AfIC has undertaken to design and implement the external evaluation of the project.

Mig-HealthCare is funded under the 3rd EU Health Program.

More information at http://www.mighealthcare.eu.