40 local communities of the Municipality of Karpenisi are part of the program against the low birth rate "A hope is born!" by YIOTIS S.A. - Μια ελπίδα γεννιέται!
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PROGRAM FOR THE REDUCTION OF LOW BIRTH RATES
IN 90 REMOTE GREEK VILLAGES
In collaboration with hopegenesis
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40 local communities of the Municipality of Karpenisi are part of the program against the low birth rate “A hope is born!” by YIOTIS S.A.

The program is implemented in collaboration with the non-profit company HOPEgenesis.

The corporate social responsibility program of YIOTIS S.A. “A hope is born!” for the reduction of inferiority, implemented in cooperation with the non-profit company HOPEgenesis, was presented at an open event held on Wednesday, November 28, at the Conference Center in the Municipality of Karpenissi. The Mayor of Karpenisi, Mr. Souliotis, the Commercial Director of YIOTIS SA Mr. Marios Papathanasiou, President and Founder of HOPEgenesis Dr. Stefanos Chandakas, representatives of local authorities and the Media, as well as interested parties participated in the event.

Through this initiative, YIOTIS S.A. wishes to contribute to reducing the low birth rate, which is a major threat to the future of the country and, in particular, to the most remote areas, due to the more difficult conditions, such as limited access to medical and obstetric infrastructure. Under the program, YIOTIS S.A. “adopts”, for 4 years, 90 remote villages in Greece belonging to the Regions of Sterea Hellas and Epirus. The villages belong to the Regional Departments of Evrytania, Fokida, Fthiotida, Evia and Arta. Specifically in the 14 Municipal Units of the Karpenisi, Doris, Lamia, Makrakomi, Karystos and Central Tzoumerka Municipalities.

YIOTIS S.A. with the collaboration of HOPEgenesis will stand next to the village-resident women who have adopted and who wish to become mothers. In particular, for the women who will be included in the program, on the sole basis of being permanent residents of these areas, they will cover all the costs of attending their pregnancy, antenatal and maternity trials, as well as all transportation and hospitality expenses. In addition, YIOTIS S.A. will cover the needs of infant food for babies born in the “adopted” villages for the first two years of their lives.

In the Municipality of Karpenissi the following 40 local communities are included: Krikello, Ambliani, Domnista, Mesokomi, Roska, Stavli, Psiana, Agia Triada, Agios Charalampos, Domiani, Petralona, ​​Hochlia, Megalo Horio, Aniada, Dermatti, Karitsa, Klausis, Mikro Chorio , Mouzilos, Nostimo, Sygrellos, Chelidona, Prousos, Alestia, Aspropyrgos, Velotas, Ensochoria, Kastanea, Katavothra, Prodromos, Sarkini, Stavrohori, Tornos, Fourna, Vraha, Kletsos, Agios Nikolaos, Korysxades, Myriki and Stenoma.

A few words about HOPEgenesis

HOPEgenesis is a non-profit civil orhanization established in 2015 by Dr. Stefanos Chandakas MD, MBA, PhD, Obstetrician-Obstetrician Endoscopic Surgeon. HOPEgenesis is active in the field of health and social care, with a vision to overthrow the climate of low birth rates in Greece. In recent years our country has been heading for a demographic stalemate. Statistical surveys on population change in countries show that the negative birth sign will lead, in 2050, to the decline of the Greek population from 10,700,000 today to 10,000,000 to 8,300,000, with the most pessimistic studies to speak even for 6,500,000 inhabitants. HOPEgenesis’s main goal is to support women who are permanent residents of the island’s continental and continental regions.

 

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