EUROPEAN PROJECT: EU_SHAFE - Europe Enabling Smart Healthy Age-friendly Enviroments
The Regional Government of Bizkaia is leading, at European level, the project EU_SHAFE: Europe Enabling Smart Healthy Age-friendly Enviroments The project, launched in Aarhus, Denmark on September 23rd, is co-financed by the Interreg Europe programme.
EU_SHAFE aims to improve policy and practice in 7 European regions (Coimbra (Portugal), Campania (Italy), Central Slovenia (Slovenia), Municipality of Aarhus (Denmark), Louth (Ireland), Hamburg (Germany) and Bizkaia) by developing a comprehensive approach to age-friendly, healthy and smart environments (SHAFE) through a "shared learning" methodology.
Coordinated by the Provincial Council of Bizkaia, the members of the project are the following Cáritas Diocesana de Coimbra, Regione Campania, Razvojni center Srca Slovenije, d.o.o., Center for Frihedsteknologi - Aarhus Kommune, Oilscoil Teicneolaíochta Baile Átha Cliath, ECHAlliance, Universidad de Deusto, Frei und Hansestadt Hamburg, Behorde für Gesundheit und Verbraucherschutz and Louth County Council.
Elixabete Etxanobe, elected as new General Deputy of Bizkaia Provincial Council
21 March News item with photos
EU_SHAFE project to conclude in Bizkaia with exchanges of good practices among the six participating European regions
Social Action Bizkaia Provincial Council is the host at the closure of this European project being held this week, at venues including the Guggenheim Museum and the Euskalduna Conference Centre, in Bilbao. ... EU_SHAFE project to conclude in Bizkaia with exchanges of good practices among the six participating European regions
Bizkaia presents its innovative etxeTIC public service to help individuals remain in their own homes in Oxford
Social Action The University of Oxford has invited the Bizkaia Provincial Council to share Bizkaia’s Long-Term Care Transition Plan roll-out with the British Government and academic institution experts. Bizkaia presents its innovative etxeTIC public service to help individuals remain in their own homes in Oxford