Psychological integration workshops, art-therapy, cultural events and other rehabilitation programs for 30 Ukraine's refugee families. The project is aimed to help 112 internally displaced people, basically children and women, from Eastern Ukraine to adapt to normal life after experienced horror of war.
The war conflict in Eastern Ukraine made more than 2 million people escape from their homes. Many of them went through great shock of explosions of their homes, losing everything and witnessing their relatives dying. It created big psychological trauma and difficulties to adapt to new surroundings, especially for children and women. The project is aimed on giving emotional help and psychological rehabilitation to 112 internally displaced people, 30 families, that settled in Kyiv and Kyiv region.
Through psychological integration and art therapy workshops, constant communication and monthly cultural events volunteers will help internally displaced children and families to heal their psychological trauma. Each project beneficiary will receive course of six integration workshops, six art-therapy workshops and will take part in various cultural events organized monthly for all beneficiaries families. The planned project duration is 6 months.
112 refugees from Eastern Ukraine will recover emotionally and adapt to new surroundings after war. They will find their place in the country capital, facing new reality with confidence.
This project has provided additional documentation in a PDF file (projdoc.pdf).