The HIA delegation in Belarus

Strengthening the dialogue between civil and religious relations, and strengthening the sector is a priority objective of the development project in Belarus by the HIA recently launched. The spirit of these objectives will be a few days to visit as well, which Aniko Levai, the Lehel Relief Organization Goodwill Ambassador Laszlo and the organization’s CEO will attend.

During the program, the HIA delegation of several high-ranking church leaders, including Archbishop Demetrios of vitebski, William Castle Rock Ambassador to Hungary and the EU delegation of local leaders accept. In the framework of discussions on the HIA delegation in talks with the further development of co-operation opportunities, launch new programs.

During the visit, the Hungarian Interchurch Aid local partner organization, the Belarus Interchurch Aid Organisation (IMCSS) leaders presented reintegration program launched in recent venues – including a number of herbal cultivation and beekeeping holdings – aimed at ex-prisoners for the rehabilitation of the promotion. The organization’s staff report for the first months of experience and results. Funded by EuropeAid and the Hungarian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, approximately HUF 112 million in the first program, which executes Hungarian civil organizations in Belarus.

The HIA Belarus reintegration program
in 2015 until the fall term project implementation in Belarus Interchurch Aid Organisation (Interchurch Mission “Christian Social Service ‘- IMCSS) works together with the Hungarian Interchurch Aid. The ex-convicts a second chance to two years of support for reintegration projects in Belarus Gomel, Grodno and Vitebsk regions of a single economic history. The goals include reaching 1,500 people with information, 150 were detained personalized advice on the labor market participation of the three locations, 30 people working in this field training for social workers and the application of each holding two people.

The project is funded by the European Union.