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The Social Protection Innovative Investment in Long-Term Care (SPRINT) project which aims to “give meaning to the concept of social investment as applied to long-term care provision.” Funded by the European Union, SPRINT brings together 12 organisations from 11 countries to explore various issues surrounding long-term care (LTC). SPRINT aims to foster a deeper understanding of how social investment can be used to enhance welfare in LTC, and how different delivery approaches can enhance social value generation. This learning will be used to inform policy level reforms, delivery approaches and enhance innovation more generally within care-related social investment.

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