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Cooperation And Working Together (CAWT) is a partnership between the Health and Social Care Services in Northern Ireland and Republic of Ireland, which facilitates cross border collaborative working in health and social care.

On behalf of both Departments of Health, CAWT is managing a range of cross border health and social care programmes, part financed by the European Union's European Regional Development Fund through the INTERREG IVA cross border programme managed by the Special EU Programmes Body.

The European Union's INTERREG IVA programme is designed to support cross border co-operation, social cohesion and economic development between regions of the EU. The Northern Ireland/Ireland programme is managed by the Special EU Programmes Body and covers all of Northern Ireland and the six border counties. It aims to address the economic and social disadvantage that can result from the existence of a border.

‘Time 4A Change’: Addressing alcohol harm in the border region
Cross Border Older Peoples' Project
Cross Border Social Inclusion and Health Inequalities Project
Cross Border Obesity Project
Cross Border GUM Services
Cross Border Autism Project
Cross Border Acute Hospital Services
Cross Border Eating Disorder Network
Cross Border Outcomes for Children Project
Cross Border Disability Project
Cross Border Diabetes and High Risk Clients Project
Cross Border Workforce Mobility Project

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Irish-related, Report
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Co-operation and Working Together
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