Terve Eesti SA

Terve Eesti SA (TESA, Healthy Estonia) is a social enterprise founded by the Good Deed Foundation and Riina Raudne to promote the health behavior of Estonian individuals in collaboration with employers. From 2007 to 2011, TESA’s main priority was to contribute to stopping the HIV epidemic in Estonia by preventing the widespread transmission of the virus among the general population. Starting from 2012, alcohol abuse prevention was added alongside HIV prevention.

To achieve this, HIV and alcohol-related prevention programs and training sessions were conducted in workplaces. Additionally, TESA coordinated the efforts of the “Businesses Against HIV” coalition. Collaborating with partners, TESA conducted HIV-related research and organized public events.

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