Children-refugees will be helped to adapt in the Ukrainian society

7 May 2012 14:23  27711518 011862
Children-refugees will be helped to adapt in the Ukrainian society

The project's presentation ‘Ukraine – my second Motherland’, which start the Uzhgorod Press Club in Transcarpathia together with NEKKA organization with the Danish Council for Refugees support will be held in Uzhgorod Press Club on Tuesday, May 8, at 1 p.m. The matter concerns with drawing attention to the situation in which children refugees are in Transcarpathia and children who seeks shelter in Ukraine, to those problems they face in a daily life. And also on the measures that will allow to children better adapt to the Ukrainian society.

Iryna Breza, the head of Uzhgorod Press Club and Nadia Zamuraieva, the coordinator of the International Foundation of Health and the Environment ‘Region Karpat’ (‘the Carpathian Region’) (NEKKA) will tell more information of the measures that will be held within the project. Petro Rosola, the Deputy Director of TRAC (Temporary Refugee Accommodation Center) and Mykola Tovt, the Head of Migration Service in Transcarpathian region will elucidate the situation in which children-refugees and children who seek shelter are.

The press conference will be held in Uzhgorod Press Club:

Uzhgorod, Sobranetska Street, 3.

The beginning is at 1 p.m. 

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