Associated Press’s article with a reference on the SNF’s grant to the National Center for Emergency Care (EKAV) was republished by The New York Times and the Washington Post
16 June 2017
In an article featured in the Associated Press, on Thursday, June 15th, regarding the impact of the financial crisis and the austerity policies on the national health system, as well as the provided healthcare services, a special reference is made to the recent grant from the Stavros Niarchos Foundation (SNF) towards the National Center for Emergency Care (EKAV), totaling 14 million euro.
The article was reproduced within the electronic version of the New York Times and the Washington Post.
The grant, focusing on providing support to institutional bodies in response to the growing emergency healthcare needs, refers to the procurement of 143 state-of-the-art ambulances, as well as their full service and maintenance for a period of 8 years and the digital upgrade of EKAV’s operations center.
The grant towards EKAV is part of the emergency grant program of the SNF Initiative Against the Greek Crisis.
To see the article in the newspapers The New York Times and the Washington Post, click here and here, respectively.
For further information about the SNF’s grant to EKAV, see here.