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Neeka International:

E-mail: info@neeka.org


Neeka Ukraine

E-mail: ukraine@neeka.org


Tel: +380313132122

Fax: +380313131450


Michurina 3

89600 Mukachevo



Neeka Hungary

E-mail: hungary@neeka.org


Tel:  +36-30 6958068

Fax: +36 44 409 108


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4722 Ny?rmeggyes



Neeka Romania

E-mail: romania@neeka.org


Tel: +40-733-671846


Fax: +40-262-289289


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Welcome to NEEKA International's Website PDF Print E-mail


Brief Overview:

NEEKA or The International Fund for Health Well Being and Environment Conservation is a non Governmental organization that operates in the region of the Carpathian mountains. Founded in the late 90's with the primary goal of protecting the surrounding environment, we have since broadened our operations into a variety of social and humanitarian sectors.


Women in the policy PDF Print E-mail

women in the policy

Results of the research which was conducted by the all-Ukrainian NGO "Women's Consortium of Ukraine" have shown that to realize themselves for the beautiful half of humanity in Ukraine is much harder than for men. How to become a leader and why not take an active part in social and political life of the country, experts have told the public organization during a seminar in Mukachevo. Video releases can be viewed here, and Channel M studios at the following link.

Meeting with the Head of the human rights Committee PDF Print E-mail

On  March 29, in the Department of State Migration Service of Ukraine in the Transcarpathian region was conducted the meeting of Chairman of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine on Human Rights, National Minorities and International Relations Valeriy Patskan with the head of Zakarpattya RMS Igor Mykhailyshyn.

The head of the parliamentary committee noted that the issue of migration, refugees, asylum in Ukraine, belonging to ethnic policy priorities of the Committee. In addition, as a native of the the Transcarpathia, he is well aware of this problem.

Valeriy Patskan visited the Department for Refugees. There registered as perhaps the most number of applications for protection in Ukraine. Last year, the migration service edge filed 120 such applications, three months of this year - 12. The region recorded 44 recognized refugees and 39 persons who were granted additional protection. However, the actual contact is with 25 people.

The issue of integration of asylum seekers in Ukrainian society Chairman discussed with the Head of Department for Refugees Mykola Tovt, his deputy Yuriy Markovs’kiy, deputy director of the temporary accommodation centers in the Transcarpathian region by Petro Rosola and director of the International Fund for Health and the Environment "Region Karpat” NEEKA Albert Pirchak. "For me, as Chairman of interest is your experience with the implementation of national legislation on refugees to move towards the improvement of existing laws. The settlement of this matter one step will bring us closer to Europe "- said Valeriy Patskan.

From their problems with the head of the Parliamentary Committee shared by management for Refugees. In particular, the question of finding formal employment - one of the most important components of the integration of asylum seekers. For Syrian Mustafa diarrhea, which is well studied in school - the question for higher education.

In conclusion, the Chairman of the Committee on Human Rights, National Minorities and International Relations promised to organize a committee hearing on refugees and hold them in Transcarpathia. In addition, Valeriy Patskan expects from the General Administration of the State Migration service region proposals agreed with management LCA candidate member of the Public Council under the Committee of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine on Human Rights, National Minorities and International Relations.Human Rights Committee

Integration program PDF Print E-mail

In the frames of implementing UNHCR's project (integration program) asylum seeker from Iraq has got mini-tractor to be engaged in agriculture and support himself and other asylum seekers and refugees, residing in Zakarpattya region. All expenses were financed by EU through UNHCR, according to RPP project, phase II.