The project will address rehabilitation needs of internally displaced people from war areas of Eastern Ukraine. Military confrontations in the Eastern Ukraine had resulted in 1.8 million people becoming homeless and unemployed. The project will address following areas: Children development program focusing on educational needs, mental and physical growth of displaced children and medical treatment and healthcare for older displaced people and children.
More than 500 forcibly displaced people are currently living in Brody city of Lviv. They had fled their homes due to the military confrontations in the Eastern Ukraine. These people continue to live in miserable conditions because they do not have income to support their children. The main challenges are: Enhancing mental and physical growth of children, and providing medical facilities to older people.
The project will focus on mental, physical growth and educational needs of displaced children so that they can lead a normal life and concentrate on career building. Children undergo art-therapy treatment. It counters negative social impact on children. The nourishing food products and medical intervention to children and older displaced people will make them healthy and live longer.
Educational activities and art therapy will improve mental growth and knowledge of children, which will help them in career building. Dental treatment to 3 older people will give denture to chew food; one woman will receive normal eyesight after cataract operation and medical treatment will also help her in curing bacterial skin infection. Besides, psychologist sessions will reduce depression of displaced people, which will help them to begin their new life.