“HOPE worldwide Ukraine” Charity Foundation have launched the “Psychological Assistance to Children Living in the “Red” Zone of War Conflict Through Trainings for Psychologists and Volunteers and Therapy Sessions for Children and Parents” project. The Project is implemented with support of Canada Fund for Local Initiatives within the frames of partnership between Foundation and the Embassy of Canada to Ukraine. The contribution agreement has been signed on January 15, 2018. The goal of the Project is to equip a team of psychologists and volunteers working in Eastern Ukraine with skills of dealing with war trauma through innovative recovery techniques and empower children from “grey” and “red” zone of war conflict with skills and capacities to deal with their traumatic experience and stress using the techniques of psychological self-assistance, relaxation and recovery techniques. According to Volodymyr Yermakov, President of “HOPE worldwide Ukraine”, “this joint project, hopefully, will also lay the foundation for a successful cooperation and long-term partnership with the Embassy of Canada to Ukraine”.
For more details about cooperation and the project – check official news release of the Foundation.