The ESF has been funding innovative projects across Latvia. Learn more about the human stories behind these projects that provide access to care services to children, an inventive woodwork business, and a project dedicated to helping hearing-impaired women during and after childbirth.
A project from the Children’s Palliative Care Society aimed to provide access to care-services to children with life-limiting illnesses.
Thanks to support from the ESF the Children’s Palliative Care Society in Latvia were able to widen their reach, as well as target local residents and government organisations to create a common understanding of children’s palliative care.
Find out more about how this was done, and the outcomes on the dedicated project page.
Children across Latvia are taking up snow biking thanks to a local woodworking entrepreneur. Latvian woodworker, Artūrs Immermanis has started his own business creating handcrafted wooden snow bikes and now after an investment from the ESF. Artūrs has managed to take his idea into an international business and employ more people.
Read the full story here.
With ESF funding, the Latvian Association of the Deaf created Together Beyond Silence. It aimed to provide a welcoming environment where hearing-impaired women can give birth.
So far, the project has managed to train ten specialists, help more than twenty new mothers to access, and benefit from specialist support.
Read more about the project here.