On May 11-13, in Truskavets, Lviv region, in partnership with the “Voices of Children” Charity Foundation, a three-day training program “Children and War. Teaching Recovering Techniques” took place. Trainers of the “Helping Hand for Ukraine” project, that included the event, were Iryna Sukhova and Tetyana Oboyanska. The 15 participants were psychologists and volunteers from the city of Truskavets, as well as migrants from Kharkiv, Kyiv and Kryvyi Rih who temporarily reside in the city. Currently, there are more than 25,000 migrants in Truskavets. “The training took place in an old building, where the Museum of the People’s Artist of Ukraine Mykhailo Bilas is located, – says Iryna Sukhova. – In our room there was an old loom and cabinets with exhibits. Wooden stairs with railings creaked under the feet of participants. All this added to our conversations about war and healing some sacred meaning and significance. There was a feeling that all generations of Ukrainians from our land understand the pain and hatred of the enemy and join our desire for victory and a happy life for all Ukrainian children”.

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