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Magazine published on behalf of ITD Hungary

Presentation of agates and minerals from Hungary. Review of tour routes, his review, accounts of experiences are mineral collectors. Many high-resolution photos from minerals. There is an opportunity to buy Hungarian agates.

This international church in Budapest consists of a group of young people who meet every week to share their lives and the Word of God with each other. The first meeting was in January 2003, and since then the church has regular meetings every week. They are also working together with other churches in Budapest, and they believe that the church should be the best place in the world to be. It is not a boring place where you are forced to go every Sunday, but its about a living relationship with God, and that you can meet with brothers and sisters that you love. And this is not just for Sunday, but for every day as well.

Database of Hungarian given names: female and male christian names sorted by origin: English, Arabesque, French, German, Greek, Hebrew, Celtic, Kun, Latin, Hungarian, German, Italian, Russian, Persian, Spanish, Slav, Turkish.

The Federation of Technical and Scientific Societies – MTESZ – was established in 1948. Its aim was to coordinate the work of the founder fourteen professional societies of that time, to help their collaboration and to protect their interests. Now there are forty societies in the federation; almost all Hungarian professional-scientific organizations belong to MTESZ. These organizations have approximately 70,000 members altogether, mainly engineers, researchers, agrarian, financial experts and of natural sciences, economists.

As its name suggests, is all about Hungarian politics. More than that, it is the premier source of news, analysis and opinion about Hungarian public life available in English or any other foreign language. While the second-language press in Hungary generally waits a week or more to report on the leading political events impacting the nation, has the story within hours – or minutes. It also includes a regularly-updated blog – “Political Pest” – offering commentary on the oddbeat stories and personalities that often trump policy in Hungary’s colorful political arena.

The Open Garden Foundation (NyKA), as a civil organization, seeks to address environmental, social and economic problems in a practical, integrated way by establishing local organic food systems. Local food systems endeavor to develop a mutual understanding and respect between producers, consumers and Nature. NyKA builds organic food communities, and demonstrates in practice the principles of environmentally-sound livelihood. NyKA runs education projects to raise environmental consciuosness, and provides employment opportunities for people with special needs.

On the last Sunday of September, on the occasion of World Heart Day, the Hungarian National Heart Foundation and the Hungarian Society of Cardiology draw special attention to the rising incidence of heart diseases and to the need for preventive measures at an event organised in the Városliget in Budapest.

The mission of the Hungarian National Heart Foundation is to reduce cardiovascular diseases so that it is no longer the primary cause of death and a major factor of early disability in Hungary. Aims of the Hungarian National Heart Foundation: to reduce cardiovascular diseases, to coordinate activities of heart foundations in Hungary, to represent Hungary in international organizations, to fight against sudden cardiac death, to prevent childhood obesity, to inform about prevention and care of cardiovascular diseases.

One of the main objectives of the BWA is to provide a welcome forum for British women and their families when they arrive in Hungary and provide a continued support network throughout their stay. The Association organises a varied social calendar to suit all ages, from coffee mornings, lunches, outings and parties. The BWA supports various charities in Hungary, by providing essential items necessary for the welfare of the children. The BWA charity initiatives include holding fundraising events, monthly book/magazine sales, donations of food stuffs, clothing/toys/household items etc.