The project milestones

The Micare project is reaching to the final phase, but don’t worry! We create this section to gather the most remarkable moments. If you want to learn more about the project milestones, here is a brief note.

The MiCare project was launched in 2020 with the aim of support professional and social integration of women migrant in the Personal and Household Services (PHS) sector. To do so, partners started working in different tool through the project lifespan. The first analysis was published in 2021, good news! The conclusions of the study confirmed the project premise: the importance of guidance and training focused on cultural-related aspects, soft skills, and job-oriented skills.

In 2022, the consortium met for first time first in Paris after several online meetings due to the epidemic of Covid 19. The same year, partners also had the opportunity to participate in the transnational meeting in Malaga as well as in a training of trainers activity with the aim to exchange good practices and prepared the pilot phases.

Finally, in 2023, partners worked in collaboration with local actor to deploy the training program in each country. The local actors played a key role in the support of the experimentation, many thanks to all participant organizations!

After testing the tools of the project in real conditions, partners adapted the tools to better suited the need of the target group. A guideline will be available to support the implementation and adoption of this tools in other context/countries.


Further research


The MiCare project was presented to a class of nursing students at the LAUREA University of Applied Sciences, a partner in the MiCare project.

Four of them carried out group research and published theses related to MiCare themes.

You can read the main conclusions of these theses here

Interculturality and personal care – Feedback from elderly care recipients

by Ida Mänttäri and Maiju Suomi 

Feedback from migrant women who took part in the MiCare pilot phase

by Emilia Koski and Emilia Stenman


Local organization participating in the pilot phase of the MiCare project


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You will find the latest developpement of the MiCare project funded by the Erasmus+ agency.

Newsletter n°5-June 2023

MiCare project resultsThe project objectives have been achieved! Two years and a half after the launched of Micare project, the consortium is proud to present the 5 MiCare tools to support professional and social integration of migrants women working as professional...

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Newsletter n°4-May 2023

MiCare Training toolkit, a tailored course for migrant women Photo: MiCare trainning toolkit moodle platfromA tailored course in a blended learning format was designed and tested in real condition by the project partners. The training combines face to face and online...

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Newsletter n°3 – September 2022

4th consortium meeting in Paris The 4th transnational meeting of the project was held on Paris in the 5th and 6th of May 2022. The discussion of the meeting focused on the next deliverables: assessment tool and training toolkit as well as some project management...

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Newsletter n°2 – December 2021

MiCare Competence framework is already available     The competence framework aims to provide the core competences areas and the learning outcomes required by migrants’ caregivers in elderly home care. It comes with an EU learning design. The architecture and the...

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Newsletter 1 – July 2021

MiCare Benchmarking report is already available The MiCare Benchmarking report aims to deliver a comparative description of the existing opportunities to support integration and training for migrant home caregivers in Austria, Finland, France, Italy, and Spain,...

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