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Today was an interesting day. Our team conducted it with our friend from the USA - Malcolm Phillips. An American with a Ukrainian heart. We discussed plans for the future, past projects and programs, problems of internally displaced persons. Malcolm announced his plans. It will be very good if they are implemented. Let's work together.
Photo report on the distribution of humanitarian aid on Saturday, September 02. About 15 families of IDPs were able to get help with clothes. Thank you Hanni Hyvarinen, Roman Yereniuk, Malcolm Phillips, Renee L.Carpenter, Zenovia Cherak, Nettie Cherniatenski. Also IDPs could get rice. Thanks to the organization "Feed my starving children" (USA)
We work on Saturdays from 12.00 to 15.00 in Ivano-Frankivsk.
Photo report on the distribution of humanitarian aid on Saturday, August 26. About 20 families of IDPs were able to get help with clothes. Thank you Hanni Hyvarinen, Roman Yereniuk, Malcolm Phillips, Renee L.Carpenter, Zenovia Cherak, Nettie Cherniatenski. Also IDPs could get rice. Thanks to the organization "Feed my starving children" (USA)
We work on Saturdays from 12.00 to 15.00 in Ivano-Frankivsk.
We received another consignment (50 kg) of humanitarian aid from our partners from Canada - Roman Yereniuk, Zenovia and Bernie Cherak, Nettie Cherniatensk. In just over a year, more than 200 kg of humanitarian aid from Canada.
Today we received 20 NovoRapid insulin injection pens. Today, already part of the insulin is directed to people who need it.
On sogodnya left 15 injection pens NovoRapid and 9 Humalog injection pens. Lantus is over.
The ninth day of the second shift of our camp for the children of IDPs in Ivano-Frankivsk.
The last day of the camp in 2017. First there was gymnastics, then a lesson in English, then there was a master class in which the children themselves made delicious sweets, then there was a rope park.
Throughout the shift, the children earned a kind of money "Love'chik". Money was given for help, good behavior, participation in master classes, beautiful crafts, etc. This money they can spend today, buying toys, stationery, etc.
The ninth day of the second shift of our camp for the children of IDPs in Ivano-Frankivsk.
Today there was a trip to the children's entertainment complex, where children were entertained all day long. Trampolines, slides, games. There were many. All the children were tired, but the happy ones returned home.
The eighth day of the second shift of our camp for the children of IDPs in Ivano-Frankivsk.
First there was gymnastics, then English classes, and then the whole day children spent on trampolines in a recreation park. There were injuries. But the children got a lot of fun
The seventh day of the second shift of our camp for the children of IDPs in Ivano-Frankivsk.
Today we were on an excursion to the "Electric Power Museum". After that, there were master classes, games, entertainment, etc.
The sixth day of the second shift of our camp for the children of IDPs in Ivano-Frankivsk.
Today it has been raining all day. The temperature dropped from 35 С to 15 С. All events took place in our office. The children studied English, participated in master classes in the production of anti-stress, painted and amused themselves.
The fifth day of the second shift of our camp for the children of IDPs in Ivano-Frankivsk.
Day off excursions. We combined two excursions in one day. At first, we were in the dolphinarium and watched the show with dolphins and seals. The children were surprised.
After lunch we were at the zoo. The children saw many animals, which they saw only in the pictures in the books.
It was very hot outside. But at the end of the day it was raining, which prevented us from staying longer at the zoo.
The fourth day of the second shift of our camp for the children of IDPs in Ivano-Frankivsk.
Today we spent the whole day in the camp.
Master classes, games, learning English
Tomorrow is a difficult day.
The third day of the second shift of our camp for the children of IDPs in Ivano-Frankivsk.
Children to play, learn English, having fun, learning to master classes. They ate watermelons.
After lunch, the children bіli in the rope park. Children received a lot of positive emotions.
The second day of the second shift of our camp for the children of IDPs.
On the first day, the children met and now participated in master classes (from the salt test they made compositions, drew), studied English, entertetainment and played. After lunch, we had fun on trampolines, in a maze, in inflatable slides. It was expensive, but it was great.
It was very hot. +35 the shade.
The first day of the second shift of our camp for the children of IDPs.
Acquaintance is the main goal of the first day. Games, recreation, entertainment. All was enough.

Photo about the tenth day of our summer camp for IDP (internally displaced persons) children in Ivano-Frankivsk.

Today was the last day of the first shift. Today, children were resting in a rope park, painting bears (which they did with their own hands), drawing and resting. I hope that the children liked it. We tried to create a diverse program for children and an interesting holiday.

Photo about the ninth day of our summer camp for IDP (internally displaced persons) children in Ivano-Frankivsk.

Field trip to the city of Yaremche. The children visited the zoo, rested in nature, got acquainted with the memoirs of history, were at the waterfall (on the river Prut). Home came back tired - on the bus almost everyone slept

Photo about the eighth day of our summer camp for IDP (internally displaced persons) children in Ivano-Frankivsk.

Fun and outdoor games. What else do children need during the summer holidays? Today, the whole day was dedicated to this case)))

Photo about the seventh day of our summer camp for IDP (internally displaced persons) children in Ivano-Frankivsk.
Today there was an excursion to the horse farm. Children rode horses and ponies, fed horses, played and had fun. It was a wonderful event. Hippotherapy has a particularly good effect on the psyche of children. Especially when most of these children survived the shelling, they had to change their place of residence, education, etc.

Photo about the sixth day of our summer camp for IDP children in Ivano-Frankivsk.

Games, master classes, entertainment. Rest from computers, TVs, gadgets. Everything goes on in nature. Children like it. Most children do not want to go home in the evening.

Photo about the fifth day of our summer camp for IDP children in Ivano-Frankivsk.
The whole day the children spent in the water park. Children received many positive emotions. All children waited for this day. It was very expensive, but it's very good. Not every family can pay a child such entertainment.
Photo about the fourth day of our camp for children of internally displaced persons in Ivano-Frankivsk.
There was an excursion to Galitsky National Nature Park. Visited the zoo. Weather forecasters, as always, did not guess the weather forecast. ))) There was heavy rain, wind and very cold. Therefore, the tour ended ahead of time.
Photo about the third day of our camp for IDP children in Ivano-Frankivsk.
Everything went well. Played and had fun. Changed the food provider for the camp. On Thursday, an excursion to Galitsky Nature Park.
Photo about the second day of our camp for IDP children in Ivano-Frankivsk.
Everything went well. Played and had fun. A little mood spoiled the rain. 
Photo on the first day of our summer camp for IDP children in Ivano-Frankivsk.
Everything went well. Children got acquainted, played, had fun.
All activities are held outdoors.
Some photos of the distribution of humanitarian aid.
At the time of the children's camp, we suspend the issuance of humanitarian aid to its completion (approximately until August 10).
We ask you to deal with this situation with an understanding. In August there will be more humanitarian aid.
We also work to obtain land for settlers in Ivano-Frankivsk. We found two parcels of 60 hectares each. Yesterday the session of the village Ugorniki took place, to which the land belongs. We were refused. We will continue our struggle.  
Our office again became a target for robbers. We were robbed again. This is the second time in two months. They stole tents, sleeping bags and some other things that were transferred to us as humanitarian aid.

Project: Children summer daytime camp for internally displaced persons - IDPs children in Ivano-Frankivsk region (Ukraine).

Purpose: organization of spare time activities and rest camps for IDPs children and teenagers  from ATO territories who live in Ivano-Frankivsk region including psychological rehabilitation with art-therapy, different master-classes and excursions to interesting places.

Photoreport of the distribution of humanitarian aid for IDPs in Ivano-Frankivsk.
Thanks to all the people who help IDPs.
Dear Friends
Our organizations work in Ivano-Frankivsk to solve problems of internally displaced persons (IDPs) with place to live. We are trying to get earth plots for building for about a year already. However we faced corruption and spurn towards IDPs. We have all documents and video to prove it. Unfortunately, neither public prosecution office nor National Anti Corruption Bureau accept our claims concerning providing earth plots in Ivano-Frankivsk
Both government and local authorities state their support but in fact they break our rights every day.
We would like to mention that IDPs are all over Ukraine and not only in 5-6 regions. But only these regions get all the help.
We would like to highlight these problems and corruption of authorities so that people who live in Europe, US, Australia knew what are their money spent for in Ukraine.
 
Photoreport of the distribution of humanitarian aid for IDPs in Ivano-Frankivsk.
Thanks to all the people who help IDPs.
Today, as people write applications for allocation of land for individual building settlers.
Humanitarian assistance for IDPs in the Ivano-Frankivsk region was delivered. 250 boxes of rice MannaPack. Weight 3,5 tons. This is help from our donors in the USA.
We are grateful Irina Lesnichevskaya and Marina Pekerman for assistance in free delivery of cargo from Kiev to Ivano-Frankivsk. This 3 cargo that you deliver to us for free. Thank you.
On Monday we start giving out.
Yesterday another 2 families received humanitarian assistance from our friends in Canada and United States.
Thanks for the help - Renee L.Carpenter, Malcolm Phillips with the USA, and Roman Yereniuk, Zennie and Bernie Cherak, Netie Cherniatenski from Canada.
Thanks for the help.
We are probably very close to solving the issue of allocating land for IDPs in Ivano-Frankivsk.
There is very little effort left. Almost a year there was a paper correspondence with local authorities. We are almost at the end of this long work. But someone does not like it. Yesterday someone broke the door to our office and smashed windows. Someone wants to frighten us. But we will continue to work in this direction. First there was a window in our car, now there are windows and doors in the office.
So we are on the right track))) But sad.
We continue to distribute humanitarian aid from our reliable partners in Canada - Roman Yereniuk, Zennie and Bernie Cherak, Nettie Cherniatenski, and from the USA - Renee L.Carpenter, Malcolm Phillips.
Thanks to all benefactors for the support of IDPs in Ivano-Frankivsk.
Another 2 families received humanitarian aid. One family from Donetsk. The second family - the family-type orphanage in which children grow up orphans from Lugansk.
Thanks to our partners for this help: Renee L.Carpenter, Malcolm Phillips - USA, and Roman Yereniuk, Zennie and Bernie Cherak, Nettie Cherniatenski - Canada.
A small report on the receipt of the parcel and distribution of socks for IDPs in Ivano-Frankivsk.
Thanks to Nettie Cherniatenski and Roman Yereniuk - Project "Liubov-Love" (Canada) for the support of IDPs.
Thanks to all benefactors on support.
We remains of insulin were sent to Lugansk. Lantus and Humalog. There is very much it is not enough. Children are especially affected. Let's hope that insulin will reach without problems.
Thanks to Yuriy V. Kozachyshyn, Vadym Sokolov and Viktoria Skyba for the provided medicines. We look forward to further cooperation with you.
Today 7 more families received humanitarian aid - clothes, shoes, hygiene products. Thank you to our friends in USA - Renee L. Carpenter, Malcolm Phillips and Canada - Roman Yereniuk. Zennovia and Bernie Cherak, Nettie Cherniatenski
Thanks to everyone who helps.
Report on the distribution of humanitarian aid.
Another 4 families received humanitarian assistance that we have received from our friends in the US - Renee L Carpenter, Malcolm Phillips and Canada - Roman Yereniuk, Zenovia and Bernie Cherak, Nettie Cherniatenski
Thank you to all who help and sympathize with Ukraine, including the internally displaced persons from the Crimea and East Ukraine.
Another 4 families received humanitarian assistance that we have received from our friends in the US - Renee L. Carpenter, Malcolm Phillips and Canada - Roman Yereniuk, Zenovia and Bernie Cherak, Nettie Cherniatenski
Thank you to all who help and sympathize with Ukraine, including the internally displaced persons from the Crimea and East Ukraine.
I apologize for the quality of the photo. Photos were made by telephone. The camera is being repaired)))
We continue distribution of humanitarian aid.
Another 3 families received humanitarian aid, which is sent to our partners from the United States and Canada. This help received 2 families from Donetsk and one ofLugansk. Members of these families have status temporarily displaced person (IDPs), which are in the Ivano-Frankivsk region.
Thank you for helping Renee L. Carpenter and Malcolm Phillips (USA), Roman Yereniuk and Zennie Cherak, Nettie Cherniatenski (Canada).
We hope for continued cooperation with you. Thank you.
Help all of those who care, is priceless for these people
Another 3 IDPs families who live in Ivano-Frankivsk have received humanitarian aid, which has come to us from our partners Renee L. Carpenter, Malcolm Phillips (USA) and Roman Yereniuk, Zennie Cherak (Canada). Two families from Donetsk and one of Lugansk. The two families there are people with disabilities, one family - a single mother with two children. We thank all the benefactors who support IDPs in Ukraine
We continue distribution of food packages
Thanks to everyone who was involved in such an important charitable actions. Thanks to all the benefactors from Finland, who collected donations, and thank you to our volunteers for distribution.

We continue distribution of food packages to displaced persons in Ivano-Frankivsk region This project became possible by financial support from our old partners and benefactors from Finland

Today there was a meeting with our partners from the United States. Held talks on further cooperation. ThankRenee L.Carpenter and Malcolm Phillips for providing aid for displaced persons. We hope for further cooperation. We hope to see in the summer.

We continue distribution of Christmas food packages for displaced persons in Ivano-Frankivsk.
Thank benefactors from Finland for the opportunity to create a feast for IDPs (internally displaced persons).

In late December, we received four parcels from our friends in the United States (2 parcels) and Canada (2 parcels). In total 85 kg. Household chemicals and personal care products, clothing and shoes.
Here is a short report on the distribution of aid. Soon there will be more.
Thanks to our new friends from the USa Renee L. Carpenter and Malcolm Phillips - for personal care products and shoes, as well as our old friends from Canada Bernie Cherak, Nettie Cherniatenski and Roman Yereniuk  - for clothes.
We hope for further cooperation with you in 2017. Thanks to everyone who offered, collect and send the parcel. This is a very big help for the internally displaced persons in Ivano-Frankivsk.
Thank you

We continue reporting on distribution of food parcels for displaced persons in the Ivano-Frankivsk region.
Thank benefactors of Finland for such a gift.

Third day from the distribution of food packages to displaced persons in Ivano-Frankivsk.
We thank our benefactors from Finland.

Second day from the distribution of food packages to displaced persons in Ivano-Frankivsk.
We thank our benefactors from Finland.

Testimonials

"The leadership of the Charitable organization “Lviv regional charitable foundation “Teenager” under Serhiy Popov should be seen as dedicated survivors and models for other NGO in Ukraine. Their dedication and organization skills are first class and speak highly about what role the not for profit sector NGOs can play in Ukraine."
Roman Yereniuk

PLL Coordinator, Project “Liubov – Love”, Canada

All Testimonials
"This organizations has own Ukrainian staff and all are volunteer people. The reason of my support is the fact that the volunteers have knowledge, organize very good projects concentrated on the education from children, the protecting of young women by giving good information and other but need the support from abroad."
Bob Wouda

Director, Care Centre The Hynder Hoeve, the Netherlands