Training: Hygiene, let's talk about it!
In partnership with the BICO Federation, Street Nurses is organising two-day training sessions for professionals who are confronted with issues linked to hygiene and precarity in their work.
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[VIDEO] Street Nurses contributes to the end of homelessness in Brussels and Liege, by accompanying homeless people who are very vulnerable in terms of health, towards their reintegration into stable housing.
Lack of affordable housing, let's create it!
In June 2021, Anderlecht and Forest were the first municipalities in the Brussels Region to grant a building permit for modular housing projects managed by Infirmiers de rue. Since then, the project in Forest has continued to grow.
My Way - first birhtday
Our project “May Way” is one year old!
Do you remember?
Many of you participated in our crowdfunding. And thanks to you we have been able to collect 15,000 Euros to launch the project!
“My Way” started in February 2021 and develops very well!
Liège Section - 2021
Thanks to the intensive work of the field team in cooperation with its network, we managed to give a total of 6 homeless persons a new home.
Modular housing : social inclusion and urban renewal
The Street Nurses' 'Module' project aims to rehouse and support formerly homeless people in a sustainable way in modular and movable accommodation.
Street Nurses NPO is appalled by the practices revealed in a number of media articles today concerning the financial management at Poverello. It is always difficult to believe that such practices exist within the anti-poverty sector, but if what has been revealed in the press is true, it goes against every practice of good governance and transparency that is adhered to and promoted today within organisations that appeal to the generosity of the public.
Press release: Cardboard and a sleepless night
With the image of a piece of cardboard as a 'mattress Badlük' and the launch of the first Brussels Sleep Out @Home, the NPO Street Nurses (Infirmiers de rue asbl) renews its campaign to make the Brussels public aware that homelessness can be solved. With more than 700 people sleeping on the streets of Brussels, the organisation wants to keep the whole of Brussels awake to put an end to homelessness together.
The meaning of prison is in its exit
Street nurses call for a prison system that leads to reintegration
From 19 November till 5 December 2021 will take place the National Days of Prison. A pluralistic group of associations and organizations instituted these days some years ago to inform and stimulate reflection about the prison situation in Belgium.
That situation is seriously worrying and was denounced especially by the Belgian Section of the International Observatory on Prisons: in addition to overpopulation and structural lack of staff, they now also suffer from all the problems caused by the Covid crisis.
Tool: "Cold prevention"
The days are getting shorter, the temperatures are dropping. In short, winter is upon us.
In order to protect our patients from its harmful effects, we have produced a tool: the "Cold prevention" poster, which contains a series of simple and effective tips to protect ourselves.
The"Scan for change" Campaign
The "Scan for change" campaign was launched at the beginning of October.
International Day of homeless people
In 2021 there are still 5,000 homeless people in Brussels. In Liège more than 500 people are roaming the streets every day.