HSE About the Irish Health System
A guide for refugees and other migrants
The guide is in three parts;
Part 1 gives information on how to access different types of health care, the services that are free and how the GP, Pharmacy and hospital systems work.
Part 2 gives information about specialist services (dental treatments, eye tests, hearing aids, vaccinations) and some of the staff you may meet in the health system.
Part 3 advises what to do in an emergency.
Available in: English, English/Irish English/Albanian, English/Arabic, English/Bulgarian, English/Chinese, English/Czech, English/Farsi,
English/French, English/Georgian, English/Kurdish, English/Lithuanian, English/Pashto, English/Polish, English/Portuguese,
English/Romanian, English/Russian, English/Slovak, English/Somali, English/Spanish, English/Ukrainian, English/Urdu.
Below is a poster with QR codes, these are codes that can be scanned by a smart phone, which bring you to the booklet 'About the Irish Health Service'. There are 21 QR codes on the poster, one for each language.
About the Irish Health Service PRINT poster with QR codes in 21 languages
About the Irish Health Service WEB poster with QR codes in 21 languages
Ruhama Services Info in Russian & Ukrainian
Click here for poster in English Cleck here for poster in Ukrainian Click here for poster in Russian
Ruhama offers support to Ukrainian woman who at risk of trafficking for sexual exploitation .This includes the exchange of sex for money for accommodation, goods, etc. Ruhama provide a wide range of holistic supports including trauma therapy, bridge to work, casework, education and development, etc. We are ready to extend similar support to Ukrainian refugees if they need it.
Ruhama is fully supported by the Department of Justice.
Donegal Travellers Project Education Booklet Updated
How the Irish Education System Works
For English click here
For Romanian click here
For Polish click here
Equality and Human Rights in the Public Sector
Click here for Information
Inclusive Training Careers & Lifestyle Fair .
Letterkenny Institute of Technology 2019
Age Friendly Ireland Newsletter 27.05.2022
Click here for information
Online Sport and Inclusion
Donegal Sports Partnership has compiled the following list of online sports inclusion resources which might help our participants and families access online sport and physical activity programmes/sessions/ideas and games to keep you active during these challenging times. Keep an eye on our Facebook page for regular updates and information on any online programmes and resources which may be of interest.
Click here for full list of online sports inclusion resources
"How the Irish Education System Works: A Guide for the Roma Community in County Donegal"
This guide book was developed by the Donegal Traveller & Roma Project
Donegal Travellers Project to launch Education Booklet
Click here for English
Click here for Romania
Click here for Ukrainian
Black and Minority Ethnic Inclusion A Strategy for County Donegal 2021-2026 Click Here
LGBTQI + Free Legal Informatin Workshops