MELTIC is a European project bringing small municipalities from different countries together to look for solutions to improve health and wellbeing of habitants of small and isolated communities. Manual Thinking was originally commissioned to lead a face to face co-creation workshop with participants from several countries, which shifted to an online format due to the Covid-19 situation.
To maintain a hands-on character, the structure of the workshop has been designed and prepared on maps previously, which have been sent out to with other Manual Thinking tools to the participating municipalities within Europe. Through various video-connections and with the use of our Map View camera support, the participants have been guided through the steps for completing the proposed maps. The workshop has included phases such as problem and opportunity detection, idea generation, SDG idea pairing and idea evaluation. The work has been documented digitally to facilitate subsequent steps for idea development and implementation.
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Led by Victoria Ramos from the Telemedicine and Digital Health Unit at Instituto de Salud Carlos III, ISCIII, Madrid, the MELTIC project also includes four European partners from La Palma del Condado Municipality in Huelva, Spain, Mirabello Municipality in Italy, Deta in Romania and Reguengos de Monsaraz in Portugal.
The Meltic project principally addresses the SDGs:
3. Good health and well being
17. Partnership for the goals
Additional fields have been explored such as:
4. Quality Education
5. Gender Equality
8. Decent Work & Economic Growth
13. Climate Action