WE PROVIDE MENTORING FOR LABOUR MARKET INTEGRATION
In our work, we put the PERSON at the centre at all times, we apply the principle that help should be provided only well, that is, in a form and to the extent appropriate to the needs and necessities of the PERSON seeking help.
WHAT IS OUR MISSION?
SERVICE CENTRE FOR LABOUR MARKET INTEGRATION
In 2013, the Hungarian Charity Service of the Order of Malta created an independent organizational unit centred on labour market activities. Our priority area of activity is vocational rehabilitation and employment, that is, to carry out accreditation, counselling and mentoring tasks related to the work and support of the employees of the Charity Service who have a reduced ability to work, as well as to explore and seek tender opportunities in this field, and prepare and manage tender documents.
On the one hand, we wanted to create an organization within the Hungarian Charity Service of the Order of Malta to manage specifically labour market issues that also involves methodology, strategic consulting and operational project implementation.
On the other hand, we saw a growing need for a unified coordination strategy to facilitate the job placement of disadvantaged people in the open labour market. At the same time, our target group expanded and, in addition to people with disabilities and reduced ability to work, we pay special attention to other groups in special life situations: including but not limited to the elderly, the long-term unemployed, career entrants and people from third countries.
WHO ARE WE?
WE ARE PART OF THE HUNGARIAN CHARITY SERVICE OF THE ORDER OF MALTA
The Hungarian Charity Service of the Order of Malta is one of the largest charities in the country, providing for an average of 13,000 people a day. Its culture and practice are driven by Christian values combined with the unique approach of the Order of Malta: extending a helping hand to all persons seeking help. Its work is centred around caring for people in need. The Charity Service was the first to provide glasses for homeless people, opened the first wheelchair repair workshop, and introduced home care with emergency alarm. Its programmes and pilot projects seek practical answers to serious social problems. The Charity Service believes that real help not only provides for current needs, but it is much more than that; it is a long-term commitment to people in need.
The Hungarian Charity Service of the Order of Malta is a Hungarian aid organization of the more than 900-year-old Sovereign Military Order of Malta, founded on February 4, 1989 by Father Imre Kozma.