Hungarian-Ghanaian cooperation for families
The delegation of KINCS presented Hungary's family policy, the operation of the Maria Kopp Institute, and domestic good practices such as the Parents' House program in Ghana.
Members of the delegation of Maria Kopp Institute, András Székely, Head of Research at KINCS and Judit Regős, adviser to KINCS, the Chairman of the Parents' House Foundation, have established cooperations with NGOs in Ghana during several meetings. Members of the delegation met Ms Leticia Adelaide Appiah, President of the National Population Council and President of the John Agyekum Kufuor Foundation. The delegates were also received by the ghanaian Minister of Education, Dr. Matthew Opoku Prempeh and Alexander Kodwo Kom Deputy Minister of Health, Henry G.R. Kerali, Country Manager of the World Bank and his colleagues, and Head of Delegation of the European Union, Ms Diana Acconcia.
During the meetings, discussions were held on population dynamics and their effects, adaptable good family practices, opportunities for parenting and community support, and programs to promote labor market and mental health awareness.