Samodzielny Publiczny Zespól Opieki Paliatywnej im. Jana Pawła II w Suwałkach

Samodzielny Publiczny Zespół Opieki Paliatywnej im. Jana Pawła II w Suwałkach

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Norway funds - about the programme


About the programme

Our project

Implementing the plan



The EEA Financial Mechanism shall contribute to the reduction of economic and social disparities in the European Economic Area, and to strengthening the bilateral relations between the EEA EFTA States – Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway – and the Beneficiary States. The programme area shall contribute to these two overall objectives.

Development and better adaption of health care to demographic and epidemiological trends

Operator: Ministry of Health
Value of the programme from the Norway Grants: EUR 58 000 000,00

Areas of support
The aim

  • amelioration of perinatal care – preventive services, diagnostics and treatment with a view to increase the number of births,
  • better adaptation of health care in order to meet needs of the fast-growing population of chronically-ill and dependant elderly persons,
  • cancer prevention aimed at reducing cancer morbidity and mortality indicator in Poland.

The program provides for investment in infrastructure, purchase of equipment, training of medical staff, as well as health promotion and disease prevention programmes.

Under the programme will support the following activities:

  • purchase of diagnostic and therapeutic equipment,
  • building, extension, rebuilding, refurbishing (modernisation) of health care institutions,
  • trainings for medical personnel,
  • health education and health promotion,
  • organization of health education and health promotion events,
  • conduction of examinations.



Eligible beneficiaries:

  • public and non-public health care institutions providing health services financed from public funds and their founding institutions,
  • public health care institutions transformed into capital companies,
  • research  institutions functioning in the health care system,
  • medical universities or public universities conducting didactic and research activity in the  medical science,
  • long term care centers financed from public funds and their founding institutions,
  • non-governmental organisations operating in the health care field.