About the Current Issues in Relief Work

Author: Főadmin Date: 2016. október 06., csütörtök 15:21


EU-CORD is an umbrella organization that includes 22 faith-based aid organization from 11 countries. The participants of the general meeting analyzed the situation of many of the world’s major conflict areas and talked about the current humanitarian challenges and tried to find answers together.

The member organizations of EU-CORD are: Tearfund Belgium (Belgium), Mission East (Denmark), SEL (France), Tearfund Ireland (Ireland), Dorcas, Help a Child, Light for the World, Tear NL, Woord en Daan, ZOA (Netherlands), Stromme (Norway), Alianza Solidaria (Spain), Medair (Switzerland), Erikshjalpen, International Aid Service, Lakarmissionen, PMU (Sweden), Cord, The Leprosy Mission, Tearfund, MAF (United Kingdom), Hungarian Baptist Aid (Hungary).


The objectives of the umbrella organization from 2014 to 2018 are:

1. to share good practices and experiences

2. to mobilize human, financial and relational resources

3. to make social, economic and environmental justice visible.


The Hungarian President and the Ambassador of Turkey thanked the rescuers who returned home

On the afternoon of February 14, the President of Hungary, Katalin Novák greeted the Hungarian rescuers who helped Turkey, including members of Hungarian Baptist Aid’s HUBA Rescue24 team, in ’Sándor Palota’ (Sándor Palace).

The rescue team of Hungarian Baptist Aid has returned home from Turkey

The HUBA Rescue24 rescue team of Hungarian Baptist Aid has completed its mission in Antakya, Turkey. The team arrived at Liszt Ferenc Airport on Sunday morning, where they were greeted with flowers and applause by the representatives of the Turkish Embassy, along with family members, colleagues and workers of the press.

Earthquake in Turkey: the special rescue team has found ten survivors in Antakya

On Tuesday, at 7pm Hungarian time, a man was lifted from the ruins by the HUBA Rescue24 International Fire and Rescue Team of Hungarian Baptist Aid in Turkey.

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