On St. Nicholas Day, volunteers of the Universal Peace Federation handed over humanitarian aid from school #132 of Kyiv to Chornobayivka to the local lyceum as part of the project "Educators of Holosiyevo to educators of Kherson Oblast".
Even though explosions are still heard, life goes on, but everyone goes back to their work.
"We transferred not just cargo, we transferred the warmth of the hearts of Kyiv children and their families," said the volunteers after seeing the reaction of local residents.
"However, we felt that we received more than we gave. We were struck that despite the cruel circumstances, the hearts of the local people burned with kindness and love more than ours."
By helping others, we help ourselves. We are one family whose members do not lose their identity as human being and helping each other.. Everyone's support is important and everyone's contribution is valuable.
A good deed was done by the team of educators of the Holosiiv district, Kyiv city in cooperation with Universal Peace Federation.
On September 20, the 9th Congress of Junior Ambassadors of Peace "Together for world for peace" took place. The event was held at the Specialized Secondary School No. 85 in Kyiv. The participants reported on their peaceful activities, held the campaign "I give my vote for peace!" Many peers joined online. In their resolution, the children called on the adult generation to find the fastest ways to achieve peace in Ukraine. The main part of the Congress was the awarding ceremony of 23 activists of school communities with the honorary title of «Junior Ambassador for Peace». In conclusion, the participants signed the Resolution of the 9th Congress, outlining the main activities of the Junior Ambassadors for Peace in 2022-2023
It is a well-known fact that during military conflicts much more civilians die than soldiers. The Universal Peace Federation in partnership with the "Skrizhali" charitable foundation and the Borys Grinchenko Kyiv University organized the training "Tactical paramedical aid for civilians". The organizers set the goal of the training to develop the skills of providing unqualified medical first aid. 17 people participated in the training and in 8 hours they mastered the basic skills of providing aid according to the MARCH protocol. Learned how to apply CAT tourniquets in 20 seconds, move the wounded and injured, apply hemostatic bandages. Mastered the technique of restoring the patency of the respiratory tract. The next step is to pass on knowledge and skills to the participants of the Peace School.
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