The main objective of the i-HERE project is the access of the most vulnerable groups to health services and information through digital sources and tools. To this end, the project aims to train and provide these groups with training and tools adapted to their needs and shortcomings.
In November 2021 the 1st year of project development was completed, under a fruitful cooperation between the 8 partners of the consortium from 6 European countries (Erasmus Brussels University of Applied Sciences and Arts – Belgium, Akademie Klausenhof – Germany, Tiber Umbria Comett Education Programme – Italy, Universitat de València – Spain, Centre for Social Innovation – Cyprus, Research and Education in Social Empowerment and Transformation – Cyprus, Xenios Polis and the Institute Prolepsis- Greece).
On the 16th and 17th of December all partners met in the 2nd Transnational Meeting of the Project, where they reflected on the activities and results achieved so far. In particular, the results of the final report on the profile and degree of digital literacy of the immigrant population, the elderly and the population at risk of socio-economic exclusion in each of the partner countries were discussed. Furthermore, the dissemination and evaluation of the project was discussed, highlighting the importance of communicating the results of the i-HERE project.
The next project meeting will be organised in March 2022. In the meantime, the partners continue to work intensively on the finalisation of the training modules.
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