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ORAMMA is a project funded by the EU to address perinatal healthcare for migrant and refugee women. The project will develop an approach and some tools to help address healthcare problems in Greece, the Netherlands and the UK.
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Oramma1 day ago
Today is World Refugee Day

The ORAMMA project stands with refugees by supporting pregnant refugees and their families. We advocate for women to receive the health care they have a human right to receive, advocate for culturally compassionate care for women, and train health professionals to meet pregnant refugees’ specific needs.

Will you stand with refugees?
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Oramma2 days ago
Tomorrow is World Refugee Day. The UN Secretary General has this message:

"What would you do if you were forced to leave your home?
Today, more than 68 million people around the world are refugees or internally displaced as a result of conflict or persecution. That is equivalent to the population of the world’s 20th largest country.
Last year, someone was displaced every two seconds, mostly in poorer countries.

On World Refugee Day, we must all think about what more we can we do to help. The answer begins with unity and solidarity.
I am deeply concerned to see more and more situations where refugees are not receiving the protection they need and to which they are entitled.
We need to re-establish the integrity of the international refugee protection regime. In today’s world, no community or country providing safe refuge to people fleeing war or persecution should be alone and unsupported.
We stand together, or we fail.

This year, a Global Compact on Refugees will be presented to the UN General Assembly. It offers a way forward and recognizes the contributions that refugees make to the societies hosting them.
As long as there are wars and persecution, there will be refugees. On World Refugee Day, I ask you to remember them.
Their story is one of resilience, perseverance and courage. Ours must be of solidarity, compassion and action."
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Oramma2 days ago
A reminder that on the 27th July 11:30am UK time, ORAMMA will be hosting its 3rd webinar, this time hearing from Dr Maria Papadakaki of TEI Crete on the role of social care providers in care for migrant women in Greece, and their role in the ORAMMA project.

To sign up for the webinar follow the link:
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Oramma3 days ago
Refugee week begins today in the UK. The week long programme celebrates the contribution of refugees to the UK and promotes better understanding of why people seek sanctuary. Visit http://refugeeweek.org.uk/events/ to find events near you.

World refugee day is on the 20th June. Every year around the world people stand up to show the global public we stand with refugees.

Migrant mothers matter too

Safe Journey to motherhood

The ORAMMA project develops an integrated, mother and woman centered, culturally oriented and evidence based approach for all phases of the

Cultural awareness across the borders

Involvement of women from the target population and their training in order to assist and act as advocates for pregnant women during the whole

Working together for a better community

The implementation of the ORAMMA approach refers to communities with migrant and refugee populations. Selected key members

Health care with compassion

The ORAMMA project develops an integrated , mother centered, culturally oriented and evidence based approach for all phases of the migrant and refugee

“This website is part of the project ‘738148/ORAMMA’ which has received funding from the European Union’s Health Programme (2014-2020)”.