The war in Ukraine continues
Teachers and mentors are becoming more creative in their approach to teaching and reaching out to students.
Only 25 percent of Ukrainian schools are still open according to the National Education Association. The war has had a devastating impact on the country.. Yet, even in war-torn countries, teachers find new ways to carry on teaching.
No one is exempt from this rule, including our teammates.
Our team members are committed to helping older children and young adults who have graduated from orphanages to live independently.
Our team prepares orphanage graduates in a variety of ways
By constantly looking for new opportunities and programs to teach job skill training.
In the words of Bogdan, our faithful Ukraine Team Leader—
“We want to help teens and young adults to be more self-confident, find more opportunities as they age out, and most importantly have hope and joy in the small successes of their everyday life.”
Our team has introduced the IT Incubator Program before the war, which provides students with six months of training to develop skills like software development ,…