Programs in Hungary

Hungaricum Stipendium support and mentoring 

More and more Hungaricum Stipendium scholarship students from Mali and Rwanda are studying across Hungary. Our team of volunteers and mentors are responsible for helping them settle in after their arrival. támogatói csoportunk és mentoraink 

We organize regular community-building meetings, excursions, joint cooking events, sports activities, games, and afternoon cinema trips. All of our meetings so far have been defined by a fantastic atmosphere. Learning about each other's cultures has been a great source of laughter and wonder, but let the photos tell the tale!     


Mentoring is a direct contact between a volunteer and a student. It can be as simple as occasional WhatsApp conversations or extend into organizing joint activities. The mentors can help the student gather information on a broad range of topics such as local customs, renting a flat, eating out, shopping, travel. 

If you would like to join our support team or be a mentor a student, we welcome your application at emailcímre. 

A következő eseményünk egy nemzetközi házibuli lesz december 9-én az alapítvány székhelyén. 

Presentations on Africa

As part of our activities in Hungary, we are always happy to talk about Africa, to people of all ages. Most often we go to secondary and primary schools and hold awareness-raising lectures and activities for children, but we have also held different programmes aimed at kindergartners and university students.

Organising festivals

We have been actively involved in the organisation of several Africa-themed festivals in recent years, such as the "This is Africa!" and the "African Mosaic Festival". We would be happy to take on similar tasks, or even organise a more private "Africa Day" at school.


Round table discussions

Our Foundation has organised several round table discussions with experts on a specific African topic.


Károly Törös, a Hungarian-born, internationally renowned swimming coach who lived in Africa for 30 years, donated a significant collection of African sculptures, statues and paintings to our foundation. We organise exhibitions of these objects under the title "Art of Africa".