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meeting today at the “Casa dei Popoli” the development of an interpretation service within the hospital helps to face and overcome language barriers.

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The burden of stroke is increasing in developing countries that struggle to manage it efficiently. A gorup od Portuguese doctors  identified determinants of early case-fatality among stroke patients in Maputo, Mozambique, to assess the impact of in-hospital complications. Paper published on Int J of Stroke official journal of the WSO. On the same issue a paper on low cost lysis perspective with streptokinase.

 

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Massimo Porzi at the FELCOS office Massimo Porzi at the FELCOS office

Last evening I visited the FELCOS office in Foligno. Felcos consortium is an association based in Umbria of local  municipal authorities and privates promoting social development and growth throughout international cooperation (albania, Palestine, Morocco, Sri Lanka, Cuba). Mr Massimo Porzi kindly gave me the chance to show him Developing Medicine acitivities. We agreed on selecting scientific contributions from felcos recent activites to be submitted to our editorial office. FELCOS office may support fund raising applications for migration related topics in Umbria. Those interested can contact me or directly massimo at Felcos.

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Refugee Archives @ UEL

Source: Forced Migration Discussion List.

The Event

The IS Academy Migration and Development: A World in Motion project is hosting a two-day event on Afghan migration. The first day of the event will focus on the state-of-the-art in research on migration from and in Afghanistan. The second day will be a policy debate on return migration to Afghanistan and unaccompanied minors in Europe from Afghanistan. The results of the first day will inform the discussions at the policy debate on the second day.

Day 1: Research Day

Afghanistan has been host to the largest refugee crisis in the history of the United Nations High Commission for Refugees. Over six million refugees have returned to the country since 2001. Although refugee movements have subsided, migration to and from Afghanistan has continued in various forms. Today, the largest number of unaccompanied minors in European states originates from Afghanistan, labour flows to…

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