Let’s reopen schools: helping refugees to move out of classrooms

In July we are helping refugees move out of school halls and into our hostels so classrooms can reopen, and Director Jasmine Lehnis-Leitao met some of them in her visit to Lviv. By asking donors to fund another 85 people in hostels, we can meet the essential need for children in Lviv to benefit from teaching, social interaction and routine in school.

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Helping Children
May 09, 2018

Teens in care are given a voice through Time 4 Tea


“Perhaps for the first time ever,” noted Youth Worker, Yaryna Ponizhay, “I witnessed how adults, all very influential people in L’viv, were listening to the children.”
Helping Children
April 04, 2018

Training for Future Mentors


Personal mentoring is commonly recognised as one of the most effective ways to support children in care.
Helping Children
January 10, 2017

English Camp for foster families


How can children in care prepare to earn a living? There are plenty of ways and everyone needs to find their own. But a couple of universal skills top the list for paying back future value, and one of these is good working English.
Helping Children
April 11, 2015

A Guardian Angel


Khrystina is a friend and mentor to Maryana as she makes important career choices and leaves care to study social services.