A big concert will be held to support victims of the Türkiye-Syria earthquake on March 22 at the Hungarian Heritage House in Budapest, where well-known performers of world music, early music and other genres will play, the Hungarian Interchurch Aid said on Thursday.
Performers at the concert will include the Kaláka, Sebő, Misztrál, Vujicsics and Musica Historica bands, Andás Berecz, Mária Petrás, and Márta Sebestyén, among others.
More than a month after the disaster, staff of the Hungarian Interchurch Aid are still working in Hatay, the Turkish province worst affected by the earthquake. Surveys by the Hungarian charity and their international partner organisations show that the need for help is still enormous, with more than a million people still living in emergency accommodation.
Here is their Facebook post:
Humanitarian help arrives to Türkiye thanks to the Hungarian Interchurch Aid: