|Project title||Kaló Zsuzsa|
|Project manager||Kaló Zsuzsa|
|Project timeframe||September 9th, 2013 - December 10th, 2013|
|Amount of support||7,000 €|
The intern participated in the work of Kirkens Bymisjon Oslo, which is the biggest non-profit organization in Norway dealing with different social problems, drug users and other socially excluded groups. The sending organization was the Sober Babies Club which is a low-treshold service for drug user pregnant women in Budapest in the 8th district.
The aim of the 3-month internship at Kirkens Bymisjon Oslo was to get acquaintance with Kirkens Bymisjon’s everyday NGO life, focusing on feasibility, communication, volunteer work, capacity increase and fundraising methods and to actively participate in Kirkens Bymisjon Research Unit’s work by investigating the practices, policy, research and model of services for addicted (pregnant or with small children) women. The main question of the internship was: what are those methods, practices of Kirkens Bymisjon’s communication, fundraising and community development that are adaptable in Hungary and how is the structure of policy and services for addicted pregnant women look like. The methods to answer the questions were interviews with experts, document analysis, scientific paper reviews and visiting services.