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Our Work



FSM is committed to support and increase the participation of citizens in community development and health. Empowering women, men and youth is one important strategy to increase the health of the whole family and the community. In cooperation with local authorities FSM is providing places, equipment and materials to meet, to learn from each other and to get information to live a healthier life.

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IEC - Raising Awareness, Changing Attitudes and Behaviour


Information, Education and Communication for Behaviour change are major areas of FSM work. The activities are focusing on different target groups in different settings: e.g. Hospitals, Maternities, Medical Practices, Schools, Community meeting rooms, Public Libraries and Cultural Houses - addressing women, men, children and youth.

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FSM is dedicated to increase the professional competences and skills of health professionals. Expert trainings in communication to improve the relationships with clients and increase the quality in care is one of several areas of FSM\'s training programmes. Trainings and participatory workshops for improved knowledge and practices in Health Education (HE) and home care assistance is provided to community members - particularly women. visit our projects »



FSM is aiming to improve the health of children and youth. One emphasis is Peer Education in Schools and Health Education activities in Summer Schools using interactive methods and team work. Focus groups of youth are advising FSM in implementing  projects with the \\\'youth perspective\\\'. FSM is also addressing the health and social consequences of work migration of parents and the effects on children, youth and elderly in the communities.

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GENDER - women + men

FSM is organising Awareness Campaigns for reaching gender equality and fighting domestic violence in cooperation with national and international partners.

FSM is particularly collaborating in campaigns with Terre des Femmes, Germany, the Council of Europe - ”Stop Domestic Violence” Campaign, UNIFEM ”Say NO to Violence against Women” and is member of the European Women Health Network - EWHNET.

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During the last 4 years of the FSM work in the rural communities the social and health consequences of labour migration became more dramatic. Particularly the impact on children, youth and elderly ‘left behind’ alone is negative and several projects are adressing  the growing social and health problems.

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To have research-based, objective information about Knowledge and Health Practices of the major target groups FSM conducted a baseline and endline study to assess the Knowledge, Attitude, Skills and Practices (KASP) of 287 women in Reproductive age who are clients of the Community nurses (Asistent Medical comunitar / AMC).

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