Multifunctional Community Centre for people with special needs

Project facts

Project promoter:
St Loucas Community(CY)
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The purpose of the project is to build and run a new, bespoke multifunctional community centre providing services and support to people with special needs, as well as provide support to their families. The Centre will provide a full range of tailor-made services and therapies, such as physiotherapy, speech therapy, music therapy, occupational therapy and hydrotherapy, daycare, overnight and permanent stay and recreational and developmental activities. Also, it will undertake learning and developmental activities in collaboration with other organisations, municipalities and/or communities in the surrounding area to empower persons with disabilities to reach their full potential and become equal members in society. The financial support provided by the Donors will be spent on the construction of the centre and various awareness-raising actions on the development of the centre and its purpose. The services and running of the centre will be funded by several sources (i.e. existing own funds, income from yearly fundraising activities and donations, fees charged for services rendered, government grant).

Main activities shall include:

  • construction of community centre in Filani;
  • public awareness-raising on the development of the Community Centre and its purpose. 

Summary of project results

The project aimed to build a multifunctional community centre for providing services and support to people with special needs and support to their families.

 Site supervision, construction of the main building (phase B) and an independent house (phase D) and publicity.

Funding of the community, construction of the Multifunctional Community Centre for people with special needs and construction of an independent house in the Community Centre for people with disabilities.

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