Considered one of the most ambitious projects in the Balkans, the Solidarity Center has entered the second phase of work. After the completion of the central buildings of “Fundjavë Ndryshe” and large storage warehouses for donated aid, three more services are nearing completion.
The founder of “Fundjavë Ndryshe”, Arbër Hajdari announced through a post on social networks that the works for the construction of the Health Center are progressing rapidly. The center, which will have a space of about 600 m2, will provide the most necessary services to the people.
“What we have thought to bring as innovation, but above all in the full interest, especially for people in need, is the provision of free services. But not only that. The center will also include a pharmacy, which will offer the necessary medicines for free. And we are making sure we have no shortages. Also, in addition to the two large rooms where the visits will take place, as well as the room dedicated to emergencies; it will also be the dental service.
We have tried to make the environment as welcoming as possible, focusing on the children who will come to make the necessary visits. ”
Hajdari also points out that the Health Center will be open 24 hours a day and a number will be made available to everyone.
In parallel with the center, which is expected to be ready by the end of May, another project is being worked on. It is a multi-functional center or study center and it will be included a library. Also a bookstore as well as creating special facilities for foreign language courses. This space will be connected with the big project previously presented by Hajdari that has to do with the construction of professional schools.
The Solidarity Center, located at Arbri Street, started its work less than a year ago. Aiming to be close to people in need and to support them in all aspects. As well as the services that will be provided in focus have the formation and provision of conditions for each individual to ensure a better life. From health, education to employment.
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