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MEP. Case Study n°1. Structure : . Introduction : Local planning on active ageing in Neverold District I. Budget II. Solutions Kinderly Transportation Palliative care III. Financial dilemas Long term solutions Short term solutions Conclusion. Introduction : Neverold District.

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structure
Structure :
  • Introduction : Local planning on active ageing in Neverold District
  • I. Budget
  • II. Solutions
    • Kinderly
    • Transportation
    • Palliative care
  • III. Financial dilemas
    • Long term solutions
    • Short term solutions
  • Conclusion
introduction neverold district
Introduction : Neverold District
  • Ageingis a problem
  • Developingexisting services in imaginary country
budget planning
Budget planning
  • Existing budget – 94 560 000 EUR
  • Expected growth of the budget – 10%
  • Actual budget – 104 016 000 EUR
solution 1 kinderly
Solution 1 : Kinderly
  • Kinderly is a place that provides social and heath services for elderly and children.
  • 8 Kinderly in Neverold District
solution 1 kinderly1
Solution 1 : Kinderly
  • Services :
    • Health services :
      • Nutricional advising program
      • Copping program
      • Health and Literacy program
    • Social services :
      • Sharing zone
      • Kindergarten
solution 2 transportation
Good for the health

- Reduction of loneliness and depress

The budget

- 2.000.000 €

- Connection between villages

- 4 buses

Solution 2 : Transportation
public transport
Public transport
  • Discount for the retired people
  • A tool of communication
    • Distribute flyers
    • Advices
    • Poster
    • Advert
  • A need to move
solution 3 palliative care in the ruralvilla
Solution 3 : PalliativeCare in the RuralVilla

According to World Health Organization (2012) the

“palliative care is treatment to relieve, rather than cure, symptoms caused by some fatal diseases. Palliative care can help people live more comfortably; It is particularly needed in places with a high proportion of patients in advanced stages where there is little chance of cure.”

“Effective public health strategies, comprising of community- and home-based care are essential to provide pain relief and palliative care for patients and their families in low-resource setting ”WHO (2012).

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TO GET MONEY

Get some investors.

The populations to develop a community fund.

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So for that we need 20.000.000€ for the project and for the construction

To build the unit is cheaper if we build a new building

expenditure
Expenditure
  • 12 nurses
  • 4 doctors
  • 5 assistant operating
  • 1 director
  • For the staff, materials and the maintenance of the unit we need to spend 5.000.000€ for year.
  • The secretaries, the engineer, the priest and the others professionals can work voluntarily
financial dilemas
Financial dilemas
  • Financial problems of young couples lead to low birth rate
  • Part of eldery population is suffering from the lack of money to cover their needs
  • Unemployment of young population
long term solutions
Long term solutions
  • Increase of birth rate by giving benefits to young couples
  • Companies sponsoring and give donatives to social associations pay lower taxes
  • Rehabilitation plan financed by European Regional Development Fund
short term solutions
Short term solutions
  • Employment for young and elderly people
  • Markets to sell home-made products created by elderly people
  • Voluntary Solidarity Day
  • Benefitiary music concerts
bibliographic references
BibliographicReferences :

Web site :

  • WHO. (2007). Health of indigenous peoples. Retrieved March19, 2012, from http://www.who.int/mediacentre/factsheets/fs326/en/
  • WHO. (2012). Cancer. Retrieved March19, 2012, from http://www.who.int/mediacentre/factsheets/fs297/en/
  • WHO.(2009). Promoting Health and Development: Closing the Implementation Gap. March19, 2012, from http://www.who.int/healthpromotion/conferences/7gchp/Track1_Inner.pdf
  • Wright and Livneh. (2007). Roundtable on Coping with Chronic Illness and Disability. March19, 2012, from http://www.ilru.org/html/training/webcast/handouts/2007/03-26-BW/Roundtable_coping.ppt
  • http://www.industrie.gouv.fr
  • http://epp.eurostat.ec.europa.eu
  • http://www.who.int/fr
  • Case study
thank you for your attention
Thankyou for your attention
  • Ivo SILVA
  • Sandy FACOMPRE
  • Freddy BRASSELET
  • Joana SILVA
  • Claire BOVY
  • Laura MONONEN
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