Religious Persecution


Hungary Helps: 2 million USD to re-build community in Iraq

The Hungarian government has been a strong advocate for allocating resources to aid and reconstruction efforts in communities impacted by war, rather than importing the problems to Europe. In its global initiative to bring help where it is most needed, the government of Hungary aims to do more than its fair share and has recently allocated 2 million USD toward the reconstruction of a Christian community near Mosul.

May 29, 2017 - Zoltán Kovács
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Hungary continues its humanitarian aid efforts to help persecuted Christians

The Hungarian government has allocated 1.9 million EUR to rebuild 200 Christian homes in Iraq, 470,000 EUR to buy medical supplies for a hospital, 400,000 EUR to build a Christian school, and 500,000 EUR to provide humanitarian aid. The Syrian Catholic and Orthodox churches will receive 1 million EUR each

May 25, 2017