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Early Years Matter conference

At the end of January, we organised a professional conference on successful early childhood interventions in deprived and excluded communities, entitled Early Years Matter. We heard a presentation by Dr Zsombor Farkas, Associate Professor at ELTE, on the situation of child poverty in Hungary, followed by a presentation by Fanni Salomé Csonka on the work of EMMA Association.

We handed over our fourth ambulance

 

The three of us left with the ambulance and an escort car on Friday afternoon to a village called Palanca at the Moldovan-Ukrainian border, which is about 1000 km from Eger.

We spent the night in Oradea due to a flat tire, which was repaired next morning.  After that we drove through the beautiful landscapes of Transylvania, crossing through the Békás Strait to find accommodation in Târgu Frumos.

Medical assistance to Ukraine

You can currently donate from abroad to the following account numbers:

In euros ERSTE Bank Hungary Zrt. IBAN: HU52 11600006 00000000 79163118

SWIFT: GIBAHUHB

Beneficiary: Carpathian Foundation-Hungary (Kárpátok Alapítvány-Magyarország)

Notice: Medical assistance to Ukraine

With PayPal or credit card: https://www.paypal.com/donate/?hosted_button_id=QB58VCTKVRZXL

1 million HUF for Ukrainian refugees!

Today we were able to donate supplies (medicine, medical supplies, bandages, etc.) worth more than HUF 1 million to our Ukrainian colleagues to be sent to hospitals in Transcarpathia! Thank you for the support from which you made this donation possible. We are continuing to collect for this purpose in our Emergency Response Fund for Ukrainians, with which we would like to further support civil society organizations and civic initiatives helping refugees fleeing to Hungary from Ukraine! Thank You!

Statement on the war in Ukraine

For almost three decades, the Carpathian Foundation, which embraces the bordering areas of Hungary, Poland, Romania, Slovakia, and Ukraine, has contributed to the development of the Carpathian Region. Our Foundation fosters cross-border cooperation, overcoming language barriers, cultural and historical differences to strengthen the role of civil society in local development, thus contributing to the territorial cohesion of the Carpathians.

The current war in Europe contradicts everything the Carpathian Foundation and its partners stand for.