The CARE project Consortium consisted of a broad and highly skilled mix of public health authorities and civil society organisations from five European Countries (Italy, Greece, Malta, Croatia, Slovenia), all with scientific, policy and public health background, ensuring that the project will successfully meet its objectives. The CARE consortium was characterized by its highly strategic partnership since the participating countries were the ones receiving the highest number of arrivals of refugees and other migrants through the main Mediterranean routes.

In order to achieve its expected results, the CARE project was developed in close cooperation with national and local authorities of the involved Member States

More specifically, the consortium consisted of: seven organizations from Italy, five from Greece, one from Slovenia, one from Croatia and one from Malta.



P1. National Institute for Health, Migration and Poverty - Rome, Italy

P2. National Institute of Public Health - Ljubljana, Slovenia

P3. Italian Red Cross - Rome, Italy

P4. Italian Ministry of Health - Rome,Italy

P5. Praksis - Athens, Greece

P6. National School of Public Health - Athens, Greece

P7. Syn-Eirmos - Athens, Greece

P8. CMT Prooptiki - Athens, Greece

P9. Ministry of health – Government of Malta - Valletta, Malta

P10. National Institute of Health - Rome, Italy

P11. University hospital “Azienda Ospedaliero-Universitaria Meyer” - Florence, Italy

P12. Bambino Gesù Children’s Hospital - Rome, Italy

P13. Croatian Institute of Public Health - Zagreb, Croatia

P14. OXFAM Italia Onlus - Arezzo, Italy

P15. Hellenic Center for Disease Control and Prevention - Athens, Greece