Diaconia cooperates with migrant and refugee families and individuals who found their new home in Czech Republic. Often, they are single mothers with children or those with a problem with residence status and resulting numerous problems, whether financial or work-related. We provide material aid, but also assistance with dealing with authorities, schools, doctors, job search, and accommodation. Thereat, we use the network of our evangelical congregations or the Diaconia ECCB Centres.
Our assistance aims to help the families to become independent as soon as possible, to help the parents to obtain a job and provide for the family.
We participate in meetings and discussions in churches that are interested in the migration and refugee question. If there are some congregations or groups that want to actively participate in helping the refugees or to take care directly for some of the refugee families, we provide relevant information in this area. We also mediate meetings with people who work with the refugees directly and who can cooperate further with the churches on the integration.
Online meetings aimed at better orientation in Czech realities and improving the Czech language.
Contact worker’s service to help you deal with complicated situations and problem solving advice
Assistance in establishing relationships with local people, your neighbors. Opportunity to participate in different meetings in a local community (excursions, forums, experience sharing, events for children,sport events etc.)
Interest in joining and openness. Cooperative and active approach
Anyone who came to the Czech Republic, whether as an asylum seeker or a labour migrant or immigrated for any other reason.
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