30 December 2020

Earthquakes in Croatia

Help children in Croatia affected by earthquakes!, How to donate? We sympathize with all the affected people of Petrinja, Sisak, Glina, Sisak-Moslavina County, Zagreb and all the towns and municipalities that have suffered from the devastating earthquakes. UNICEF has immediately launched an appeal Help children affected by earthquakes! "Help children affected by earthquakes"  and invites all…, UNICEF RESPONSE TO THE CRISIS, Equipment and supplies, UNICEF has provided 13.5 tons of protective tarpaulin  (2,400 pieces) or large water-resistant covers in the amount of $55,000 or HRK 328.533 to protect damaged homes and buildings from the rain and snow. A shipment of hygiene supplies is being prepared and it will be distributed according to the most urgent needs.  Three sanitary containers …, Child protection , In cooperation with the Ministry of Labour, Pension System, Family and Social Policy and the Society for Psychological Assistance, UNICEF is organizing expert mobile teams to provide psychosocial support to children and families in the areas of Glina, Petrinja and Sisak. In cooperation with the partners in the field UNICEF will organize child…, Long-term support – education, healthcare and social welfare, Aiming for the fastest possible normalization of life in the coming months, it will be necessary to help children, parents, families and communities through support to kindergartens, schools and healthcare and social welfare institutions. In cooperation with line ministries, UNICEF will support the safe continuation of education, the establishment…, Read human interest stories from the field:, Youth corner - the importance of mental health , Young people in Croatia face many challenges, and the devastating earthquakes that struck central Croatia and the coronavirus pandemic have made their lives even more demanding. To help them cope with this unusual situation, we are preparing tips and blogs on how to deal with stress and ideas how to spend time., Press releases and information for the media