Coordination Meeting is Lisbon

Szerző: Főadmin Bejegyzés: 2014. július 15., kedd 15:49


The Hungarian Railway Museum presented its Vectron model train,
which meets the requirements of sustainable development


This project is co-financed with the European Union. In this session of the project the main task is to prepare the exhibition in all four countires. The purpose of the project is to create exhibition material for the museum visitors which fits the permanent exhibitions of the museum and it demonstrates the Millennium Developement Goals and global issues.

In the spring, the first exhibition of Museo Mundial presented in Germany, Czech Republic, Portugal, and Hungary was welcomed with great interest by the visitors. As a result of the cooperation of museums and NGOs unique and creative show-pieces were created about global issues and Millenium Development Goals in the Hungarian Railway Museum and Budapest History Museum, our Hungarian partners.


The Czech organization EDUCON was represented by Tomas Tozicka

On the meeting in Portugal, the partners presented their plans and show-pieces so people had the chance to share their thoughts in person about the materials. Each partner country will prepare 40 show-pieces in the frames of Museo Mundial.


Eszter Aczél, representing the Budapest History Museum, brought a few photos from the exhibition „Waterdrops in the desert”, which demonstrates the habits of different countries on water usage.


Functioning water meter in the Museum 


„Waterdrops in the desert”

In Portugal, the museums bring the attention of those visiting to the importance of education. In the same year further materials for the exhibition will be presented about equal treatment, education, sustainable development, and other global topics



Our partners in Germany organized an exhibition on fair trade and textile


’How much does the world eat in one week?’ is a photo exhibition which demonstrates the amount of food consumed weekly by families in different parts of the world.


Hungry Planet in the Czech Republic


Love without borders

Workers of HBAid in Tacloban again

Five months after the typhoon in Tacloban (Philippines) and its surrounding areas, Hungarian Baptist Aid (HBAid) is rebuilding a school and a kindergarten that were damaged, distributing water purification systems for families, and helping injured children.

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