Individual ImmuHubs each will be set up in Cyprus, Finland, Greece, Portugal, Poland and Serbia, run by local project partners and their staff on-site. Each of the 20 ImmuHubs will addressing marginalized, isolated, high risk, and/or difficult to reach populations. Additional key roles in the project will be held by two European organizations, the European Academy of Paediatrics and the European Parents’ Association (both based in Brussels, Belgium) as well as the Veinna Vaccine Safety initiative (based in Berlin, Germany), coordinating the ImmuHubs Project.
Paperless
people in
Helsinki

THL

Naturalists
(Swedish speaking minorities)

THL

Belgium

Ukrainian
Seasonal
workers

URZ

2nd
generation
Somali
Immigrants

THL

Religious
Minorities

URZ

Unaccompa
-nied minors
at residential
homes

URZ

Slavic
Muslims in
the Sandžak
Region

UBE

Roma
Children at
Mobile Schools

PRAKSIS

Waldorf
Students
in Lisbon

AIDFM

Germany

Displaced
War Veterans
in Belgrade

UBE

Seasonal
Workers in
Greek Islands

PRAKSIS

Homeless
people in
Lisbon

AIDFM
Wallachians
in Eastern
Serbia

UBE

2nd Gen
Muslim
Immigrants
in Athens

PRAKSIS

Ukrainian
Seasonal
workers

AIDFM
Homeless
People in
Limassol

EUC

Greek
Orthodox
Community
in Nikosia

EUC

Northern
Cypriots
working in the
South

EUC

Legends:





Project management,Evaluation,communication




Disenfranchised populations




Isolated or closed communities




Ethnic or cross-border populations





High risk population