Collaborating for Health
Collaborating for Health

A programme aiming to meet urgent needs in the field of Public Health and strengthen the services of health providers in Greece.

The joint initiative of the John S. Latsis Public Benefit Foundation and the Non-profit Greek Shipowners’ Social Welfare Company ‘SYN-ENOSIS’  is addressed to public health service providers (Hospitals and Health Centers) as well as to non-profit private legal entities active in the field of Public Health in Greece and concerns the financing of small and medium-scale projects.

The aim is to meet needs of the public health sector and strengthen the services of the health providers in Greece. In the programme are being evaluated, jointly with SYN-ENOSIS, requests by healthcare providers from all over the country for a) procuring medical equipment and b) upgrading the infrastructure of public or other non-profit healthcare providers. 

From 2018 to 2022, four Rounds of the “Collaborating for Health” programme were implemented, supporting a total of 38 healthcare providers in 35 Health Regions of Greece. In addition, an extraordinary donation was made in 2020 in response to the Covid-19 pandemic.

Considering the particularly increased needs of healthcare providers caring for children and infants, the 3rd and 4th Round of the Programme, targeted Children’s General Hospitals, General Hospitals and University Hospitals aiming to upgrade their Pediatric Clinics/Departments/Units, Health Centres, for the upgrading of their Pediatric Clinics, as well as non-profit legal entities active in the health sector in Greece.

The public health providers and units selected to receive support in the framework of the 4 Rounds of the Programme, as well as the respective donations that were put into action are available below:

1st Round | 2018

2nd Round | 2019

3rd Round | 2021

4th Round | 2022


Watch the video of the second cycle below (in Greek):

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Watch more videos of the donations made through the Programme here


Collaborating for Health
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