Project preparation for the Center for Comprehensive Care for Children with Perinatal Exercise
Project title: Project preparation for the Center for Complex Care for Children with Perinatal Exercise
Dimension Code: NDJ-066-21697
Project No: 041
Project Budget: 196 350 CZK of which the subsidy provided: 6 360 EUR
Project start date: 15.8.2007
Project end date: 15.12.2007
Investigator: MUDr. Daniela Marková, Department of Pediatric and Adolescent Medicine
Role of VFN in the project: applicant
Preparation of the project "Creation of the Center for Comprehensive Care for Children with Perinatal Burdens", planned for submission under the 3rd call of the EEA and Norwegian Financial Mechanisms, ie processing of the Feasibility Study and Technical Documentation related to the implementation of the project. The Center for Comprehensive Care for Children with Perinatal Exercises will provide these children with highly specialized comprehensive diagnostic and therapeutic care, thus helping to improve their adaptation and socialization to achieve the highest quality of life.
Key project activities:
- Choosing a company responsible for carrying out a feasibility study for a comprehensive project plan.
- Selection of the company responsible for the processing of technical documentation related to the planned reconstruction and construction works in the building "Dětský areál Karlov", Prague 2.
- Feasibility study
- Technical documentation
The Project Preparation Fund is a specific form of grant assistance provided under Article 8 and Annex C of the Memorandum of Understanding for the implementation of the EEA Financial Mechanism and the Norwegian Financial Mechanism. The Project Preparation Fund will provide grants for the preparation and support of prospective project plans and complex project themes, the preparation of relevant documents necessary for the processing of grant applications, the promotion of innovative approaches and the establishment of new partnerships with the aim of creating quality projects.
Supported by a grant from Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway under the EEA Financial Mechanism and the Norwegian Financial Mechanism and the General University Hospital in Prague.