Our Ukraine team have remained in the country during this war, providing support to internally displaced persons in Kyiv and Dnipropetrovsk. Here are the stories of some of the children and families we have met.
Ivan was taken from his dad, Stoyan, when he was just three years old. Because he has cerebral palsy and his dad is a single parent, the authorities had decided Ivan would be better off in an orphanage. That’s when our social worker, Elitsa, stepped in.
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