Love & care for abandoned babies Ukraine & Moldova

by ChildAid to Eastern Europe
Love & care for abandoned babies Ukraine & Moldova
Love & care for abandoned babies Ukraine & Moldova
Love & care for abandoned babies Ukraine & Moldova
Love & care for abandoned babies Ukraine & Moldova
Love & care for abandoned babies Ukraine & Moldova
Love & care for abandoned babies Ukraine & Moldova
Love & care for abandoned babies Ukraine & Moldova
Love & care for abandoned babies Ukraine & Moldova
Love & care for abandoned babies Ukraine & Moldova
Love & care for abandoned babies Ukraine & Moldova
Love & care for abandoned babies Ukraine & Moldova
Love & care for abandoned babies Ukraine & Moldova
Love & care for abandoned babies Ukraine & Moldova
Love & care for abandoned babies Ukraine & Moldova
Love & care for abandoned babies Ukraine & Moldova
Love & care for abandoned babies Ukraine & Moldova

Project Report | May 16, 2019
A better future for a young mother and her son

By Tina Moira | Project Leader

Sometimes a mother needs a little help to be a good mother. Especially a new mother with no one to help her.

Like in the case of Natalya. She was born in a small village in Moldova, in a large family. Her parents led an immoral lifestyle with alcohol being the main problem. Children grew up in poverty and in unsanitary conditions. The house was built of mud, covered with reeds, with a leaking roof, without light, gas and water.

Poverty and alcohol abuse in the family affected all children and as they grew up also began to lead an immoral lifestyle. At 16 Natalya became pregnant from her older brother's friend. Baby Dima was born in 2017. The father of the baby did not want to be involved with him. Six months later, Natalya's mother died of liver cirrhosis.

Natalya and Dima were assigned to the Center for Social Adaptation for children and women in difficult life situations. They could be there for a maximum of one and a half years. After that, they could have been separated and Dima could have been taken to orphanage. But they were accepted to our partner’s temporary residence center, Family Love.

The staff of the foundation taught Natalya how to care for her child and herself. She did not know how to cook, clean, wash, feed the baby and manage a budget. She was also taught to communicate with her child and play with him. Natalya registered at the Job Centre and began looking for work.

Natalya now learns how to write and read. She is studying in a social studio and has already started sewing her first products - kitchen gloves. When she gets a job and has a steady income, she will be able to rent an apartment, manage her life and raise her son without our help.

Without the wonderful work of our partner Family Love and our amazing supporters Natalya and her son would not have a better future.

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ChildAid to Eastern Europe

Location: London - United Kingdom
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Twitter: @childaidrr
Project Leader:
Tina Moira
Bromley , London United Kingdom

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