Provider Fora: Capacity building in Eastern and Central Europe
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During 2004 and 2005, EASPD decided to take initiative towards supporting service provider organisations in Central and Eastern Europe, both candidate and new accession countries to become self sustainable and independent, together with the support of its Standing Committee on Enlargement and of the EASPD membership. Ever since then, a high number of Provider Fora has been organised by EASPD in collaboration with local partner organisations.
The care sector in the new Member States and in the accession countries is generally spoken less structured and developed. EASPD is committed to share its network(s) and experiences with service providers and their umbrella associations in all EU Member States and accession countries. The main goal is to support the development of local provider activities and of the development of national and local umbrella structures to unify and strengthen the voice of service providers for persons with disabilities. In particular, EASPD launched a very practical grass-root initiative:the twinning intitative. EASPD has invited local service providers in CEE countries to link up with their counterparts from the EU or the other way around.
Our Provider Fora were initiated in 2006, 2007, 2008 and 2009 with the financial support either of the European Commission (DG EAC) or other types of funding.
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