One month since ACT Alliance released its alert, ACT member Hungarian Interchurch Aid (HIA) continues to support children and mothers in reception centres in Hungary.
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Support to migrants in Hungary
Boys are always happy to play badminton or soccer, while girls are more enthusiastic about the creative handicraft workshops. HIA has started to provide psychosocial services for children in two temporary reception centres in Hungary: Bicske and VÃÂ¡mosszabadi. In both centres an average of 50-100 children stay temporary, tipically for a couple of days. The target group of the project is children between 3-14 years. HIA surveys show that the psychosocial assistance is a stop-gap support for these people that will assist the children in particular.
Photos from Daniel Fekete/HIA/ACT