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 | Jun 20, 2018
Prevention is Better Than Cure

By Martin Wilcox | Director

Desparate living conditions
Desparate living conditions

The gifts you have provided have not just help to care for those babies and young children who have been abandoned, but just as important, they have worked to keep families together and prevent abandonment.

In the disputed territory of Transnistria in Moldova, Natalya lives with her children in a small village of just 200 people. Her parents died when she was young and her adopted family failed to teach her about any independent living skills. 

She is unemployed and has four children, with a fifth due anytime soon. 

There is little furniture to speak about in the home and the gas, electricity and water supply had been cut off due to unpaid bills.

The children were earmarked for being taken away from Natalya and sent to an orphanage. However, your gifts have enabled our partner to provide:

- food, school equipment, cleaning products
- firewood and coal
- clothing and shoes
- kitchenware and a cooker
- furniture
- restoration of  electricity supply
- installation of water and drainage
- legal help to sign a secure tenancy agreement

With the new baby's room also refurbished the authorities have retracted the need to take he children away and will in stead keep the family under observation.

Natalya is also been trained in how to be a mother and how to spend more productive time with her children, including visiting theri school and cooking for them.

There is now a hope for this family - and many more families can benefit from life-transforming support. Thank you.

Essential food to help keep children in the family
Essential food to help keep children in the family
Firewood has ensured the orphanage is kept at bay
Firewood has ensured the orphanage is kept at bay
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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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