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As the GAF takes on the mission of responding to problem that generate social exclusion, by actively contributing toward building a more just, equitable, responsible and cooperative social reality, it kept structuring its intervention in such a way as to provide alternatives to the constant challenges that have emerged. While these services have been co-funded by concluding atypical cooperation agreements and protocols with the District Social Security Center, they have been supplemented with different projects both under domestic programs and funding lines and under EU funding.

Doequ@l

Duration: December 2016 to February 2019

The Doequ@l project emerges as part of the Operational Social Inclusion and Employment Program (known as its Portuguese acronym POISE), as coordinated by the Comissão para a Cidadania e Igualdade de Género (Citizenship and Gender Equality Commission). The project seeks to develop initiatives in the spheres of action proposed as part of the following National Plans: the 5th National Plan for Gender Equality, Citizenship and Non-discrimination (PNI); the 5th National Plan for Preventing and Fighting Domestic and Gender Violence (PNPCVDG) and the 3rd National Plano for Preventing and Fighting Human Trafficking (PNPCTSH).

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Adições (Additions) Street Team

Duration: October 2013 to the present

Funded by the SICAD, the project adopts an intervention of reaching out to the individual, based on the philosophy of Reducing Risk and Minimizing Damage, associated with the use of legal and illegal psycho-active substances (PAS) and with sexual risk behaviors. It uses a methodology for researching action, hinged on a basis for continuous theoretical analysis of its practices/services and of the relationship between responses and the individual.

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Duration: October 2013 to the present

The CAPS HIV/AIDS has developed the Cotton Candy Project, which aims to educate on affections and sexuality in pre-school, involving the main educational agents (parents and teachers) and children ages 4 and 5 attending kindergarten.

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CLDS 3G - Viana Consigo (Viana With You)

Duration: January 2016 to December 2018

The purpose of the 3rd-Generation Local Social Development Contracts (CLDS-3G) is to foster the social inclusion of citizens in order to fight persistent poverty and social exclusion. While enhancing and stimulating the proactivity of social intervention agents, the CLDS-3G brings the community into the performance strategy of previous CLDS programs, which is sustained in the streamlining of partnerships, with the purpose of coming up with solutions to the different problems citizens face, and of fostering the areas’ sustainable and inclusive growth.

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“CLDS+ Empreender+ (Endeavor+)”

Duration: June 2013 to June 2015

The purpose of the Local Social Development Contracts Program (CLDS Program) is to foster the social inclusion of citizens, in a multisectoral and integrated manner, through initiatives to be carried out in partnership, in order to fight persistent poverty and social exclusion in depressed areas.

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XYX Project

Duration: January 2013 to June 2014

The XYX Project – A project for individual and community empowerment, funded under measure 7.3 of the NSRF’s HPOP and coordinated by the CIG. Its purpose is to prevent gender violence, through the dissemination of new gender discourses and “echoes.”

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Proequ@l

Duration: 2010 to 2013

Proequ@l is a project coordinated by the CIG and funded by the HPOP, whose main action guidelines include preventing Gender Violence and fostering Gender Equality.

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“Linhas e Rabiscos” (Lines and Scribbles)

Duration: 2009 to 2012

The "Linhas e Rabiscos" Project is integrated under the Integrated Responses Program (IRP) of the Drugs and Drug Addiction Institute (DDAI) and seeks to promote Health and Citizenship, by turning to the methodology of Risk Reduction and Minimizing Damage in using psychoactive substances and in sexual risk behaviors. It is geared to an essentially young population and to the community in general in the geographical area that covers the Municipalities of Viana do Castelo, Caminha, Vila Nova de Cerveira and Valença.

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PRexistências

Duration: 2009 to 2012

PRexistências is a program for preventing drug addiction in schools, funded by the Integrated Responses Program (IRP) under the Drug and Drug Addiction Institute (IDT). Its three main goals include: Enhance the skills of social players as part of preventing drug addictions; and reduce risk factors and increase protection factors associated with the use of psychoactive substances in teens.

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The “Estrada com Horizontes” (Road with Horizons) Street Team

Duration: 2002 to 2012

Funded by the IDT, it conducts work mostly in public spaces with (occasional or problem) individuals that use psychoactive substances and their families, as well as with sex workers on the streets. From the standpoint of risk prevention and minimizing damage, the team’s intervention is based on psychological consultation services, social and legal aid, administering methadone and other therapies, monitoring contact, distributing material for aseptic use and information material.

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