Abakus is the foundation of the founders of Avast, Pavel Baudiš and Eduard Kučera, that brings tools for positive change to Czech society.
We take a complex look at problems and challenges, trying to find solutions together with experts who provide us with important insights into their fields.
Palliative care in residential care facilities for the elderly
Introducing palliative care will make nursing homes a true home for their clients until the very end.
We finance comprehensive programmes with the ambition to create a network of nursing homes able to provide holistic care for people at the end of life in an environment they are familiar with and to further share the acquired know-how.
Supporting palliative care professionals
The provision of palliative care depends on experts from various professional backgrounds who have decided to focus on end-of-life care, raise awareness about the field and make it flourish.
The scholarship offers financial support and a comprehensive training programme focused on people, project and communication skills.
History of palliative
Centres of excellence
Fundraising academy for hospices
Pilot programmes in hospitals
Palliative care conference
Support in establishing the Palliative Care Centre
Hospital Palliative Care Implementation Guide
„The end of life in a home environment should be available to all. Even to those who have had to leave their original homes.“
Introducing the community service & Academy
Homesharing gives families of children with a disability an opportunity to share the care and get some rest, while the carers get to spend their time in a meaningful way.
After the pilot phase of introducing homesharing in two organizations and regions, the aim is to extend the concept of community care sharing to other regions and bring it to families of children with different kinds of disabilities. In addition to supporting field work, we strive for systemic anchoring of the service.
Accelerator of independence
Independent living for young adults with disabilities
Families of children with disabilities need to start looking to the future very quickly and work systematically on their children’s independence from an early age.
We continue our long-standing support of services to facilitate the daily lives of families of children with disabilities. We want to focus on methods and approaches to facilitate the independence of the young adults that these children grow up to be.
History of support for families
Development of self-help parent groups and organizations
Leadership academy for early intervention
New community based services
Researching the needs of families of children with a disability
Education for the 21st century
The education system should reflect the fast-changing world of today. Only then can the new generation be successful.
We have joined forces with other organizations and foundations to establish the Educhange Foundation, with the ambition to serve as a platform of representatives of the private, non-profit and state sector and support systemic change in education.
We also support
DOX Centre education programmes
One World documentary film festival
One World in Schools project
Teach Live (Učitel naživo)
Teacher training by Konsent.