“WITH FAITH AND COMPETENCE”
Minister of Interior Dr. Sándor Pintér awarded Ministerial Recognition to Ms. Ágnes De Coll, the Anti-Trafficking Program Director of the Hungarian Baptist Aid.
Velyka Dobron (‘Nagydobrony’) – Hungarian Baptist Aid launched a new program entitled “For increasing the working potential of West Ukrainian civil society organizations among young people”, which involves visits organized at schools and training programs implemented in the Subcarpathian (Transcarpathian) region of the Ukraine. As a participant in a grant program funded by the International Visegrad Fund, Baptist Aid is partnering with charity organization LifeAid and with Slovak, Polish and Ukrainian civil society organizations.
The main objective of the International Visegrad Fund-sponsored project is to strengthen local communities in Ukraine, to transfer Visegrad Group countries’ experiences, as well as to strengthen the cooperation among nonprofits from all V4 countries (Slovakia, Czechia, Hungary, Poland) and Ukraine.
HBAid launched a new program, which provides training and school visits in Transcarpathia.
At Budapest Baptist High School and Sport School, we are home to many of Hungary’s most outstanding youth athletes.
Julianna and Zsuzsanna Terbe, twins and both players of the Hungarian Baptist Aid who represented Hungary at the FIDE World Junior Chess Championships have come back from the picturesque Italian Alps with some important lessons learned.
Julianna and Zsuzsanna Terbe, twins and both players of the Hungarian Baptist Aid, will represent Hungary at the FIDE World Junior Chess Championships held in Tarvisio, Italy from November 13rd to 27th
Kiev, Ukraine - How do humanitarian organizations learn from their mistakes? "Failed Projects and New Approaches” was the theme of the conference in Kiev, held at the offices of the Adventist Development and Relief Agency. Dávid Gál, international director of Hungarian Baptist Aid was one of the trainers at the event.
The colleagues of Hungarian Baptist Aid have begun their work in the hurricane stricken areas of Texas on Saturday.
In 2008, the General Assembly adopted a resolution designating 19 August as World Humanitarian Day. Every year since then, the humanitarian community has organized global campaigns to commemorate WHD, advocating for the safety and security of humanitarian aid workers, and for the survival, well-being and dignity of people affected by crises.
This summer, Hungarian Baptist Aid together with American volunteers, organized camps and mission trips in several settlements of the country. Furthermore, health care assistance was in focus beyond the borders.
Nagoya, Japan – From July 26th to 30th, the international competitions of RoboCup Junior 2017 was organized, where the robotics team of Hungarian Baptist Aid participated within the Rescue category.
Röszke, Tompa – As a member of Charity Council, the workers and volunteers of Hungarian Baptist Aid are working at the Southern borders of Hungary in the following months to meet the request of Hungarian Ministry of Human Capacities.
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