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2015

Real lives tell the stories of people who benefit from our work in Ukraine.

Here are all the stories from 2015 in chronological order.

 

"f I could go home, I would waste no time", says Anna, a single mother who has been displaced by the conflict in eastern Ukraine. "We have a saying, 'At home, even the walls support you.' That is how I feel."

Teaching school lessons through play
Bogorodychne, Ukraine, November 2015, in the village school, Elena Kovaleva is teaching mathematics to her primary school pupils using LEGO® bricks.

Battles raging above, Nadezhda gave birth in a bomb shelter
Bogorodychne, Ukraine, November 2015, in the village school, Elena Kovaleva is teaching mathematics to her primary school pupils using LEGO® bricks.

Art therapy with clay brings comfort and stress relief
Bogorodychne, Ukraine, November 2015, in the village school, Elena Kovaleva is teaching mathematics to her primary school pupils using LEGO® bricks.

In Ukraine, helping young minds to thrive again
Bogorodychne, Ukraine, November 2015, in the village school, Elena Kovaleva is teaching mathematics to her primary school pupils using LEGO® bricks.

In Ukraine, displacement adds burden on mothers of children with disability
Bogorodychne, Ukraine, November 2015, in the village school, Elena Kovaleva is teaching mathematics to her primary school pupils using LEGO® bricks.

“He Likes Everything”
Bogorodychne, Ukraine, November 2015, in the village school, Elena Kovaleva is teaching mathematics to her primary school pupils using LEGO® bricks.

Failing at first, Oksana became an example of successful breastfeeding
Bogorodychne, Ukraine, November 2015, in the village school, Elena Kovaleva is teaching mathematics to her primary school pupils using LEGO® bricks.

Enduring conflict and displacement, Marina learns best way to nurse her child
Bogorodychne, Ukraine, November 2015, in the village school, Elena Kovaleva is teaching mathematics to her primary school pupils using LEGO® bricks.

Family of Eight: Finding a Future in Eastern Ukraine
Bogorodychne, Ukraine, November 2015, in the village school, Elena Kovaleva is teaching mathematics to her primary school pupils using LEGO® bricks.

In eastern Ukraine, mobile psychologists bring relief to children
Bogorodychne, Ukraine, November 2015, in the village school, Elena Kovaleva is teaching mathematics to her primary school pupils using LEGO® bricks.

In Kramatorsk, remembering lives lost and saved at kindergarten that was shelled twice
Bogorodychne, Ukraine, November 2015, in the village school, Elena Kovaleva is teaching mathematics to her primary school pupils using LEGO® bricks.

A new start for the homeless teenage mom
Bogorodychne, Ukraine, November 2015, in the village school, Elena Kovaleva is teaching mathematics to her primary school pupils using LEGO® bricks.

The need to feel that you're not alone. Valya's story
Bogorodychne, Ukraine, November 2015, in the village school, Elena Kovaleva is teaching mathematics to her primary school pupils using LEGO® bricks.

HIV is not an obstacle for teenage leader
Bogorodychne, Ukraine, November 2015, in the village school, Elena Kovaleva is teaching mathematics to her primary school pupils using LEGO® bricks.

UNICEF steps up life-saving education as mines devastate children’s lives in eastern Ukraine
Bogorodychne, Ukraine, November 2015, in the village school, Elena Kovaleva is teaching mathematics to her primary school pupils using LEGO® bricks.

In eastern Ukraine children suffer as fighting breaks water supply
Bogorodychne, Ukraine, November 2015, in the village school, Elena Kovaleva is teaching mathematics to her primary school pupils using LEGO® bricks.

UNICEF delivered first aid medical kits to provide immediate medical care for thousands of displaced children and their caregivers
Bogorodychne, Ukraine, November 2015, in the village school, Elena Kovaleva is teaching mathematics to her primary school pupils using LEGO® bricks.

UNICEF helps meet the hygiene and water needs of children affected by the crisis in Ukraine
Kyiv, 25 February 2015 - UNICEF estimates that 750,000 children and adults in Ukraine are in need of hygiene supplies and drinking water.

 

 
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