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Closing the flood emergency aid centre
The flood emergency aid centre in Londýnská Street in Prague 2, which received material aid for the regions affected by the floods, is open until 28th June 2013. The material donation centre at Záběhlická 72, Prague 10 continues to be in operation, 24 hours a day. We thank everyone who took part in the flood relief. We distributed all the donated material among the people in the affected areas.
Memory of Václav Havel
Director for Caritas Georgia
Caritas Georgia has announced a tender for a new director of the organization, among other things, responsible for the management and coordination of Caritas, for the preparation and implementation of strategies for its development. The Director will manage the organization in accordance with Georgian law and international standards of Caritas (including Caritas Europa). You may find more information about the position on Careers.
Ukraine Crisis: Meet the IDP families Caritas isworking with
The humanitarian situation continues to worsen in Ukraine. The Ukrainian Ministry of Social Policy reports that there are 1,000,000 IDPs (internally displaced people) across the country (as from 21 January 2015.) Meanwhile, as the conflict keeps taking its toll, Caritas Ukraine is helping over 40,000 people in 19 localities across the country. Read more on www.caritas.eu.
Searching for Mongolian project partner
Caritas Czech Republic has extended the selection procedure for a partner organization for the new upcoming project aimed at creating a system of recycling of used building materials in Mongolia. The deadline for applications is 31 January 2015. For more information, see document Call for Project Partner (docx file).
Three students from the Zambian city, Solwezi, shared their stories and future plans for when they finish their studies in four technical areas taught at two colleges in the north-western province of Zambia. The school year began last September and the examination period is now under way.
Winter help for Iraqis fleeing persecution
“It makes me sad that my baby was born in a tent and will live in a tent,” said Shereen Sabah. She was five months pregnant when she fled ‘Islamic State’ (ISIS) extremists who overran the Sinjar area of northern Iraq in August. She is part of the Shabak community, one of the minorities targeted by the militants along with Yazidis, Christians and some Muslim sects. Read more on caritas.org.