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Sectors: Health, Social Affairs

Beneficiaries: Administrations States

Regions: European Union

Category: Call for proposals

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Funds for: supporting public health policies and programmes to prevent the spread of communicable diseases and ensuring the highest possible quality level of blood transfusion service
Main beneficiaries: public administrations and mandated bodies of the EU Member States

Responsible: MOH of Georgia

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Funds for: supporting public health policies and programmes to prevent the spread of communicable diseases and ensuring the highest possible quality level of blood transfusion service in Georgia
Main beneficiaries: public administrations and mandated bodies of the EU Member States

Priorities and funded actions:

Objectives
* To support public health policies and programmes to prevent the spread of communicable diseases, through promoting the safety of substances of human origin and ensuring the highest possible quality level of blood transfusion service in Georgia;
* To upgrade national blood safety legislation;
* To strengthen national institutional capacities;
* To provide equal safety standards of blood components across the nation, assure safety of blood related services and prevent the spread of blood borne infections by blood transfusion

Priorities
* Approximation of Georgian primary and secondary legislation with the Union acquis on blood safety performed;
* A well-organised, nationally coordinated blood transfusion system established and functioning in accordance with the provisions of the Association Agreement;
* Blood transfusion services based on voluntary blood donation are able to ensure safe, adequate and sustainable blood supplies;
* Capacity of relevant state authorities and other key stakeholders strengthened to ensure safety and quality of blood transfusion service

Among financed actions
* Transition of blood establishments from for-profit organisational model to non-profit arrangements;
* Optimisation of blood banks;
* Centralisation of blood testing for transfusion transmissible infections;
* Strengthening regulatory capacities;
* Establishment of national reference laboratory for blood transfusion services;
* Introduction of high sensitive testing methodologies based on modern technologies and best practices;
* Introduction of effective quality control systems;

Additional information
* This call for proposals is an open call for proposals

* Initial duration of the action: 24 months

* Eligibility:
– Be Public Administrations and Mandated bodies as per Twinning Manual of European Union Member State
– Geographical area: Georgia