Project Goal: to improve access to primary health care of unprotected population residing in areas far from medical facilities.
The project serves socially unprotected population living in the villages – chronic outpatients, large families, disabled people, displaced persons and provides them with medical consultations, examinations and necessary medicines. A Mobile Medical Unit of the medical team of Caritas Georgia visits to the villages of Samtskhe-Javakheti region of Georgia and contributes to increase access to healthcare service among the most vulnerable parts of the population in the remote areas of Georgia. The medical mobile teams are composed of specialists and are equipped with diagnostic medical equipment (ultrasound device with 2 transducers, ECG device).
Project Partners: United States Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB)
Project Location: Samtskhe-Javakheti Region of Georgia
Project Coordinator: Misha Surmava