The Generation UA project is 4 centers of social and psychological support for children, which were opened in Kharkiv, Odesa and in the territories controlled by Ukraine in Donetsk and Luhansk regions.
- The first children’s center for socio-psychological support “Generation UA” was founded in July 2016, in Odesa.
- The second children’s center “Generation UA” was opened in January 2017 in Severodonetsk.
- The third center started its work in March 2017 in Kharkiv.
- The opening of the fourth children’s center took place in January 2018, in Kramatorsk.
The project “Generation UA” takes place in the framework of the program “Promotion of intersectoral cooperation for the sake of the children: Turning IDPs into active participants” implemeted by ChildFund Deutschland and ICF “Yellow-Blue Wings” with financial support of the German Federal Ministry of Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ).
“Children’s Fund Germany (ChildFund Deutschland e.V.)” is a German charitable non-governmental organization working in the field of development cooperation. Children’s Fund Germany has been working with Ukraine since 2000. Its main task is social assistance to children from low-income families, children with special needs, their moral and psychological support, rehabilitation, integration, socialization, development and diverse support for children and young people.
д-р. Dr. Bohdan Androshchuk – Coordinator of the Development Cooperation Program in Ukraine / Moldova, Children’s Fund Germany (ChildFund Deutschland)
The International Charitable Foundation “Yellow-Blue Wings” was founded in 2014. The main directions of the fund’s activities are assistance to families of temporarily displaced persons, assistance to children who have suffered as a result of combat operations of the ATO; peacekeeping mission. Creation and realization of projects for settlers; organization of assistance to families of temporarily displaced persons, aimed at adaptation in society.
Director of the “Yellow-Blue Wings” Lyudmila Churkina and Project Coordinator – Irina Chubaruk