Community center in Dnipro
The Community Center in Dnipro began its operations in November 2022 and continues to this day.
Information about the center
38 063 570 29 31
Monday to Friday from 09:00 AM to 7:00 PM
Daily number of children:
Operating hours:
Services at the community center:
For children:
• Hot meals
• Medical check-ups
• Intellectual and emotional development
• Trauma healing
• Assistance with education
• Life skills training

For families:
• Psychosocial support
• Positive parenting skills
• Restoration of family relationships
• Humanitarian aid
• Employment assistance
• Legal support
The child's story:
Name: Olga
Age: 11 years
Status: -
The names are fictional, but the ages are approximate. For the protection of the children and confidentiality, we do not include photos.

"My name is Olga, and I am 11 years old. I lived on the right bank of the Dnipro in the Kherson region. On the morning of February 24, we woke up to explosions on the other bank, and that's how I found out that the war had started. I felt fear because we didn't know what would happen next.

A few weeks later, Russian soldiers entered our village. They came in armored personnel carriers and asked everyone for their passports. When my father went to them, I was afraid that something bad might happen to him, but everything turned out fine. For the next 7 months, they lived next door to us and hired men to dig trenches.

November 9 is a special day for me. On this day, we were liberated by Ukraine. We felt happiness and relief, and it boosted our fighting spirit. I really hope to return home, so I am eagerly looking forward to Victory."
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