Little People (Nederlandse vertaling volgt)


The Little People international organisation has been in existence since 1993.
Shajjad and Katie Rizvi have been carrying out humanitarian activities in Transylvania, Romania, since 1995 working on rehabilitating programs in health institutions, cultural and interactive ethnic childrens programs in Hungarian, Romanian and German institutions and with the roma society.
They successfully collaborated with the Medicines sons Frontieres, World Vision, Corvineaum, Fürsorge, Bethlen foundations and the Institutul dr Chiricuta health institute, Scoala pt. Surz nr. 1 and nr. 2, as well as with numerous other health centres, schools, kindergartens and cultural centres in Cluj-Napoca and in Transylvania in governmental and private facilities.
Through regular rehabilitating programs and educational and moral-boosting interethnic projects they have done many hundred performances, reaching an audience of several thousand each year.

In order to continue and provide local legal status for the furthering of these humanitarian activities, in 2002 march they opened the ASOCIATIA LITTLE PEOPLE -ROMÂNIA non-profit association.


1) Promoting, organising, carrying out, and financially supporting
a) cultural
b) interethnic
c) educational
d) religious
e) rehabilitating  programs, seminars, or activities

2) or otherwise support the cause of
a) Romanian tradition and culture and that of Romanian minority groups
b) Interethnic initiatives
c) Education for children, young people and adults
d) Religious activities
e) Mental and physical health 

3) Actively help, through programs, distributions, moral and financial support underprivileged children, people and families, whether socially disadvantaged or health impaired 

4) And provide material help through finances and the donations of supplies to volunteers or aid workers of any local or international humanitarian projects who carry out  any of the above-mentioned objectives

In order to achieve these goals the organisation

1) is a non-profit organisation
2) may rent, hire or own property
3) may hire private individuals or companies for temporal or permanent services
4) May pay salaries to the board of directors
5) may receive donations from within Romania and abroad
6) the associations geographic region of activities is mainly Romania, but activities can be carried out abroad as well, especially in Central and Eastern Europe
7) may sell specific donated goods in order to finance the above stated goals and objectives-direct commercial activity

Decisions are made by simple majority.
The board of directors has the authority to evaluate applications for membership, offers of donations, application for help in any form. The board of directors has the final authority to reject or accept members.

Board of directors:

Shajjad Hadier Rizvi,
18 Churchpath, W45BJ, London United Kingdom
British passport, no.  701911049,
Legitimatie de sedere temporara seria H Nr. 41017
Resedinta din Romania: Cluj-Napoca, Calea Manustur nr.43b

Rizviné Lehoczky Katalin
Budapest, 1221, Kérberki út 19.
Hungarian passport, no PN962065
Legitimatie de sedere temporara seria H Nr. 40837
Resedinta din Romania: Cluj-Napoca, Calea Manustur nr.3

Hornoiu Lenuta
Mun. Cluj-Napoca, Jud. Cluj Ale. Negoiu nr.6 bl.G13 ap.18
Carte de identitate seria KX nr. 189700
CNP 273100605470