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Our projects denote our dedication to refugees and migrants

Projects in progress

"CALL Now"

One of our projects for improving the living conditions of refugees with the host population and social cohesion in Romania through ICLA and UDOC Programming

projects

"ARCA's club"

For Ukrainian mothers and children

Our Projects

Communication on the subject of migration

Communication on the subject of migration

Communication on the subject of migration A guide for small and medium-sized NGOs.    ...
Experiential learning

Experiential learning

In nature we become more energetic, more creative, more curious, because it is an unparalleled...
La pas prin București - Arca club

La pas prin București

La pas prin București Activități cultural educaționale pentru mame și copii ucraineni.      ...
Arca's club Ukrainian mothers and children

Arca’s club

ARCA’s club pentru mame și copii ucrainieni ARCA și KNH spirjină mame și copii din...

Previous projects

Assistance to Kosovo refugees for integration

projects

Organization of activities in the Sărata Monteoru camp and assistance to refugees from Kosovo for integration.
Project carried out in collaboration with the Romanian Ministry of Internal Affairs.

Activities and support:

Welcome to Romania

projects

ARCA FRRM launches the "Welcome to Romania" project

Improving the conditions of third country nationals regarding their rights, obligations, as well as the possibilities of integration into Romanian society.

Building a better life - project to support refugee children.

projects

Implementation period: January-December 2006

Information, advice and support centre

projects

Funder: Ministry of Labour, Social Welfare and Family

Implementation period: January-December 2006

Building a better life - project to support refugee children.

projects

Global Ministries of the United Churches in the Netherlands

Implementation period: January-December 2006

Action 3 "Act / let"s act!"

projects

Funder: European Community, Youth Programme

Implementation period: June-August 2006

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