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Children and Youth at Risk

EEA Grants

Hungary (HU06)

Key Facts

Improved well-being of children and young people at risk
Programme operator:
Ministry of Human Capacities - State Secretariat for EU Development Policy
Donor programme partner:
Council of Europe (CoE),
Programme number:
Date of approval:
23 May 2013
In implementation
Total grants amount:
€ 11,216,000.00
From EEA Grants:
€ 11,216,000.00
From Norway Grants:
The projects may be implemented until 2016/2017

Calls for proposals

There are no further calls for proposals.

More information

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Programme Summary


Why is the programme needed?
In order to meet challenges facing children and youth at risk in Hungary today, there is a need to develop more integrated responses at the national, local and institutional levels and improve capacities in educational, social and healthcare institutions to design better services and responses to efficiently support social inclusion and re-integration of marginalised children and youth. 

What will the programme achieve?

  • Creation of new innovative national approaches through international cooperation and exchange of best practice;
  • Implementation of programmes, activities and care services based on both individuals and groups actively involving the children and youth at risk; their families and others in order to reduce risk factors and preventing social exclusion
How will it be achieved and what are the partnership opportunities?
  • Development of at least 4 new methodologies, collection of good practices, research, adaptation, implementation, trainings, networks, exchange of experience;
  • Establishment of at least 20 local sports integration professionals and offices in sport schools; 160 mentors working to prevent early school leaving in particular for Roma girls; events; community development, mentoring, trainings, providing background support for the participants;
  • Improving capacities of at least 10 health and social care units providing trainings and mentoring for children with multifaceted problems

How will bilateral relations be strengthened?
Bilateral relations will be strengthened through cooperation with the Donor programme partner the Council of Europe as well as by exchanging experience with other Donor State entities with a view to sharing best practices within the relevant areas. Various forms of cooperation are planned: conferences, seminars, study visits, trainings. 

Who can apply for funding under this programme?
Eligible applicants are legal entities registered in Hungary and operating in the public interest.