2000 state, municipal, church and cross-border kindergartens will be renovated or built in Hungary and in the Carpathian Basin worth HUF 100 billion
The national government does not want to solve demographic problems by resettlement, but by supporting Hungarian families. Adequate nursery and crèche infrastructure is an essential part of the system. This is the right direction, which is why we support the efforts of the Government of Hungary in this direction.
Thanks to the government's family policy, there are almost 20,000 more kindergarten places, 19,000 crèche places and 1,200 kindergarten teachers in Hungary today than in 2010. The Government has so far built 240 new kindergartens and has already renovated more than 1,000 kindergartens
Operating support increased from the current HUF 81,700 per capita to HUF 97,700, HUF 3 billion was available for asset purchases in 2019, and the government will provide HUF 4.5 billion more support to kindergartens this year.
The picture shows Dunakeszi's new kindergarten, which will be handed over soon, which Bence Tuzson reported on his Facebook page, we quote:
"The new kindergarten in Dunakeszi will be completed soon and the children can take possession of it in September!
I think it’s important to make the investments in my constituency that people need that make everyday life easier!(Hashtag) kepviseloimunkam"
🇭🇺Developments will continue in the coming years:
Schools, swimming pools and gymnasiums are built from fifty billion
Public educational institutions and school sports facilities in Hungary could be built from fifty billion forints in the coming years, Mihály Varga announced in a video uploaded to his community page after signing a loan agreement with the Council of Europe Development Bank (CEB).
Low-interest and long-term loans can be used to build and renovate schools, sports halls, gyms, and swimming pools. The developments support the education and sports of nearly 10,000 young people.
In a statement issued by the Ministry of Finance on Tuesday, Mihály Varga explained that in 2016, Hungary concluded for the first time a loan agreement on the development of educational institutions with the Council of Europe Development Bank and the European Investment Bank in the amount of HUF 15-15 billion. Hungary has successfully implemented these investments, more than 80 educational institutions have been renovated and about 50 sports facilities have been built.
It is beneficial for Hungary to continue the program, and accordingly a loan agreement with a total value of HUF 50 billion was signed with the European Investment Bank in January this year. The next stage of this is the HUF 50 billion loan agreement just signed with the CEB. Of these, 8 schools, 16 classrooms, 20 gyms, 26 training pools, and 17 handball halls will be built, and the use of resources is continuous.
CEB is a credit institution of the Strasbourg-based Council of Europe, the continent's earliest international development bank, founded in 1956. Due to its mission, it plays a very important role in the social policy developments of its 42 Member States and in creating social cohesion in Europe. Hungary has been a member and shareholder of the CEB since 1998. To date, the Bank has provided more than EUR 2 billion in financing for the implementation of social development projects in Hungary.