The largest Hungarian-Azerbaijani Non-Governmental Organization celebrated the 100th anniversary of the foundation of Azerbaijan with a charity event. For four years, the HUNAZ supported the Roman Catholic Home of Blind Children named after László Batthyány. On the 14th of March, they organized a small carnival for the disabled kids.
Dilara Csillik was born in Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan, has relatives in Kazakhstan, studied in Moscow, married a Hungarian and then came to live in Hungary. She feels at home here and is convinced that Hungarians and Uyghurs are related from way back in history and therefore she has come home as a relative. She has also served our country as a diplomat and now she is devoted to her passion; leading the Hungarian Asian Society.
The best thing you can do for anyone is to slake their thirst - says an Islamic proverb. The performance of charitable acts is one of the pillars of the religion and good quality drinking water is a luxury in many parts of the world. It is not by chance that the WaterAid Campaign is one of the largest international charity programmes of the United Arab Emirates.
Medical missions, supporting orphan children, collecting donations, hospital construction. Founded in the summer of 2006 by Sándor Balogh, a businessman committed to Africa, and ten other private individuals, the African-Hungarian Union is engaged in widespread charity actions on the ‘black continent’. A large number of scientists, entrepreneurs and volunteers have joined the AHU’s activities over the decade since its establishment.