The satellite city of Kyiv has accepted about 4,000 internally displaced people. A joint project of the EU and the International Organization for Migration supports the local IDP relief center. Here people can get clothes and household items, talk to a psychologist, find work and a kindergarten or a school for children, attend courses and creative classes. Read more
One does not go to parent’s meetings at school without a wallet. That’s a simple truth of school life our parents knew by their own experience, and today, reminders about monthly contributions are disseminated via parent groups in Viber. According to data by the State Treasury Service, parents invested almost a billion hryvnias in Ukrainian schools in 2014-2016. Nobody knows how these moneys were spent, though, for detailed consolidated reports are nonexistent.
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“How can the public help promote behaviour changes for waste management in Ukraine?” Workshops addressing this question were held in late September in Kyiv and Lviv in the context of the EU-funded project, “Ukrainian civil society for European-Style Waste Management”. The civil society organisations, “Environment-People-Law” (EPL) and “Ecological Initiatives” are implementing the project. Read more
Every parent hopes to get a healthy baby, but when a child with special needs is born, then a compassionate service that is willing to help is what truly might support such family. Read more
Is the environmental situation of the Black Sea bad? What are the biggest pollutants? How can the situation be improved? Read more
Why is it important for the media to keep reporting about displaced persons? How can journalists build a rapport with interviewees and also ensure their safety and the safety of their relatives still living in occupied territories? Read more