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Mapping services for Ukrainian refugee children in Hungary

The project aims to survey Early Childhood Education and Care (ECEC) services available to Ukrainian refugee children in EU countries and to identify good practices. The Budapest Institute is responsible for preparing the country report on Hungary, based on desk research and interviews with service providers and other stakeholders. The report describes ECEC services provided by NGOs, local governments, and by the central government, identifies challenges regarding the Ukrainian refugee crises (focusing on children and presents a few good practices in detail. Whilst there are some ECEC services provided by local/central governments, the report finds that civil society organizations have been more active in meeting the specific needs of refugee children. 

Project details

The Budapest Institute was commissioned by Ecorys Polska to prepare the country report for Hungary. The project is initiated and funded by UNICEF.

ClientEcorys Polska, UNICEF
Project leader Ágota Scharle
Duration15/06/2022 - 30/12/2022