“I was pregnant with his child. And then the next moment, he was dead. Without the Mobile Team, this would have been so much harder.” Two years since Russia’s full-scale invasion of Ukraine, young mum Tina shares how our Mobile Mental Health Teams are bringing strength and recovery back to family.
We reflect upon the week of the Ukraine Recovery Conference, why there’s hope for Ukraine’s care reform process, and how domestic political will and international attention has galvanised into commitment to all Ukrainian children growing up in safe, loving families.
Watch Ukraine country director Halyna Postoliuk’s heartfelt speech on the opportunities for child care and protection reform in Ukraine, during the closing session of our Ukraine Recovery Conference side event, hosted in London at the Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office headquarters.
Officials and business leaders at the Ukraine Recovery Conference in London on 21-22 June 2023 should ensure that any “Marshal Plan” for the war-ravaged country includes ensuring children are not separated from their families and shutting down its network of 700 state-run children’s institutions.
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