All our projects
Ongoing Health projects
Bite Back 2030
Healthier generation | Bite Back 2030 is a youth-led movement that wants healthy food to be an option for all young people – regardless of where they live.
Raise research awareness | Forska!Sverige (Research!Sweden) raises awareness of the role of medical research in health and prosperity, by providing decision-makers with evidence-based proposals for change.
Public health | The non-profit association ‘Frisk Mat’ (Healthy Food) works to raise the quality of food in healthcare, schools and residential care, in order to thereby improve public health.
Diabetes type 2 prevention | A programme targeted at reducing the risk of lifestyle diseases, particularly diabetes type 2, InCerc was launched in two cities in Romania in 2016.
Health screening | An expansion of the PoZdro! programme, ESMS (Electronic System for Medical Services in Schools) introduces specialized software for nurses to measure and track students’ health.
Dementia | Silviahemmet’s aim is to contribute to the highest possible quality of life for those suffering from dementia, including their families, through a range of training initiatives.
The Crown Princess Couple’s Foundation
Wellbeing of children & youth | The Foundation focuses on increasing inclusion and physical and mental health for children and young people in Sweden.
Ongoing Health Research projects
BIT and MEDECA
Cancer research | An accurate multi-analyte blood test leading to an earlier detection of occult cancer.
COVID-19 research | A follow-up study investigating how the immune response develops over time after SARS-CoV-2 infection.
FINGER study – dietary intervention
Diet and brain health | Part of the wider FINGER study into preventive measures involving brain health, the dietary intervention and cognition project focuses on the role of diet in this area.
Per-Olof Berggren at the Karolinska Institute
Diabetes Research | Professor Per-Olof Berggren at the Karolinska Institute has developed a unique in vivo imaging approach to enable identification of novel drugable targets for diabetes treatment.
Systems-immunology analysis in patients with severe COVID-19
COVID-19 research | A collaborative project with SciLifeLab/Karolinska Institute using genetic/immune system markers to determine why healthy individuals in rare instances develop severe COVID-19
Handelshögskolan – the af Jochnick scholarships
Scholarships | The Jonas and Christina af Jochnick Foundation support several scholarship programs at the Stockholm School of Economics.
Social responsibility training | ‘Rights, Equality, and Culture’ is an in depth training program developed for individuals working in the security sector, aiming to improve our society and safety standards.
SSE Art Initiative
Knowledge exchange | The Stockholm School of Economics Art Initiative works primarily with video-based art, photography and installations by contemporary artists to support SSE’s educational mission.
Ongoing Environment projects
Ecofilm – Fish in Focus
Bluer Planet | An ambitious, groundbreaking project aimed at raising awareness of the numerous environmental challenges facing Scandinavian aquatic life.
Race For The Baltic
Baltic Sea health | A non-profit organisation with a mission to ensure a healthy Baltic Sea.
Ongoing Other projects
|The Arsenal Foundation||Sport / Youth empowerment||Other||United Kingdom||2018-2020|
|The Paradifference Foundation||Cancer research||Health Research||Sweden||2014-2020|
|Hand in Hand – Sweden||Women empowerment||Education/Empowerment||India||2012|
|Hand in Hand – International||Women empowerment||Education/Empowerment||India & Africa||2012 & 2016|
|Stiftelsen för affärsfrämjande utbildning i Ryssland||SSE Russia||Education/Empowerment||Romania||2015|
|AAR Beckman Trust||Environment & Sanitation||Health||Africa||2014-2016|
|Centrum för rättvisa||Human Rights||Other||Sweden||2015-2018|
|The aging brain – Karolinska Institute||Brain/Aging research||Health Research||Sweden||2011-2019|
|PoZdro!||Diabetes Type 2 Prevention||Health||Poland||2014-2019|
|Finger Brain Health Institute||Brain health & dementia||Health Research||Sweden||2019|