Health services and rights in Bulgaria

In this short video we want to introduce you to your basic health rights and services, as well as the procedural features of the health system in Bulgaria.

This video is part of the project “Improving the health status of children – refugees and migrants in Southern and Southeastern Europe”, which received funding from the European Union Health Program (2014-2020). The content of the video represents only the views of the authors and is entirely their responsibility; it cannot be considered to reflect the views of the European Commission and / or the European Executive Agency for Health and Digitalisation or another unit of the European Union. The European Commission and the Agency do not accept any responsibility for the way in which the information provided is used.

Video guide

We present you a Video guide for applicants for and received international protection in Bulgaria, created by a team of our colleagues “Caritas – Sofia” and developed by “Supernova Films” with the financial support of Experian Bulgaria.
The video guide is a 17-19 minute animated information film, accompanied by subtitles and voice in five languages: English, Arabic, Farsi, Kurdish and Pashto.

Thematic areas: Procedure for obtaining the status / Legal obligations / Statutes / Medical care / Address registration / Personal hygiene / Education – from kindergarten to university / Work in Bulgaria / Bank account / Public transport in Sofia / Taxis / Emergency aid / Hotlines lines / Bulgaria / Life and culture / Official holidays

How did it all start?

The text has been agreed with the State Agency for Refugees.
For more information and assistance, you can contact us or our partner organizations.
If you have any urgent questions, you can also contact our representatives in your native language.

Contact phone for people with Arabic language:

+359 878 952 691

Contact phone for people with Farsi /Dari:

+359 878 607 550

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