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„See, I set before you today life and prosperity, death and destruction... I have set before you life and death, blessings and curses. Now choose life, so that you and your children may live.”  
Deuteronomy 30:15,19



1992 – the Diaconal Service opens its first GP surgery in Cluj (Zambilei street No. 5). With the help of two nurses from the Netherlands, Gerdien Van‘t Hul and Hennie Vlak, and of Dr. Arthur Sárosi the Home Care Service is set up.

1998– the second GP surgery is opened in Cluj (Moţilor street No. 4).  A GP surgery is inaugrated in the village Mera (township Baciu), situated 15 km from Cluj-Napoca.

2001– the Christian Foundation Diakonia is founded by the Reformed Diocese in Transylvania and it is officially registered. The Home Care Service team moves into the house situated on Paris street in Cluj Napoca.  A social program for children is initiated in the village of Mera. The 1st Mera Village Days fete is organised.

2002– a new branch organization of the foundation is registered in Sfântu-Gheorghe. The “GoodBrother” Residential-Nursing Home is opened in Cluj (Zambilei street No. 5).

2003 – Property is purchased at Zambilei street No. 7 and the foundation moves into its new headquarters. A Social Advisory Office is opened  in Mera.

2004 – building work at the Diakonia house in Mera commences.  A GP surgery in Vişta (township Cluj) is inaugurated. Anew branch organization of the Christian Foundation Diakonia is founded in Reghin.

2005 – a new branch organization is registrered in Târgu-Mureş.

2006 – in collaboration with the Dorcas Aid International organization we start the 5 year social program “Adopt a Granny”. The Home Care Service receives officalaccreditation and a contract with the Health Insurance is signed. The foundation joins the international voluntary program.

2007 – the palliative home care service is started. European Voluntary Service Accreditation is awarded.

2008 – the construction of the Residential-Nursing Home “Mother” in Mera is finished and work commences.

2009 – the Residential-Nursing Home “Mother” is functioning with full capacity.

2010– new working points provide for home care in Savadisla and Bonchia communities. An afterschool program is initiated at the “Nicolae Titulescu School” in Cluj-Napoca for socially disadvantaged children.

2011home care service is set up in Cojocna. A Day-Care Center for socially disadvantaged (mostly Roma) children in Oradea is opened.

2012 –  a Social Program for socially disadvantaged children in the 1. class at theAna Aslanin Cluj-Napoca commences.

2013 – a new branch organization is registrered in Ordea. The home care service is set up in Izvoru Crişului. With the support of the Swiss State our social program for children is extended to more additional compartments. In Cluj county new social programs are started in Cluj-Napoca, Cojocna, Bonţida,  Huedin, in Bihor county in Săcuieni, Sânnicolau de Munte, Diosig and Sâniob.