In this series of articles EU-CORD members share some of the work they have been doing in responding to the large numbers of refugees and migrants arriving in Europe. Here Dávid Gál, Director of International Programmes at Hungarian Baptist Aid, writes on the ways in which Hungarian Baptist Aid have responded in Hungary and beyond. During the summer […]
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Together for humanitarian response
A key part of our collaboration in humanitarian relief is our disaster response mechanism. Through online collaborative tools we are able share information in a crisis on a ‘live’ basis, ensuring a quick, effective and efficient response in an extremely short time frame. We keep our collaboration modality light and flexible, sharing information within the network for maximum effect.