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Integration and Inclusion of Romani and Sinti children

A community center for Roma and Sinti has been established in Pécs, Hungary. The center takes care of not only Roma and Sinti children, but also those who come from other disadvantaged families. With the help of the Order of Malta and the Regine Sixt Children's Aid Foundation the center was equipped with sanitary and medical facilities, a baby room, a nursery, and a playground. Moreover, an additional classroom was built. To provide after-school lessons to the local children.

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COUNTRYHungary
CITYPécs
PERIOD2016

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