runs deeper than hunger
and bullet wounds
As the war stalls, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) is becoming the #1 problem in Ukraine.
At least 60% of Ukrainians need psychological help, the Ministry of Health of Ukraine says.
Six million Ukrainian children have been traumatized by the war in Ukraine. Over 2,000 000 children have become refugees and the other 4,000,000 have continued living under constant threat to their cities, homes, and lives with daily air raid alerts as the new normal.
Invisible wounds increase the risk of suicide, alcohol abuse, drug consumption, and psychological disorders.
Since 1994 Radooga Ministries has been serving the children of Ukraine. Since then, 23,081 young people have participated in our camps. Even though we never imagined that our camps could be relevant in war time, we have discovered that they are so needed as we move into this second phase of war, marked by weariness and PTSD. The only way to deal with trauma is to share your pain instead of keeping it inside. We are blessed to partner with a large organization to do 80 camps this summer.
But the need is so huge, Radooga is planning on running 20 more camps for 600 children in refugee centers, bomb shelters and churches. Our programs will focus on personal identity, life value, and dealing with pain.
Our camps are created to improve the psychological condition of children.We create a healthy atmosphere where we mix learning, playing, and communicating.
STEM-education, robotics and coding, art classes, and spiritual lessons help to develop children’s skills, switching their attention to learning while building a healthy system of values. All of these things help them recover their lives.
Sports, games, and team-building help children to build relationships and work together.
Children lost the opportunity for healthy communication with friends and parents because of psychological trauma caused by war. Interaction with peers, our teachers, and psychologists help them re-learn the rules of communication and open their hearts.
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29 Vinings Trace, Newnan, GA 30265
We provide online-school for Ukrainian students who had to leave their homes but need to continue their education.We hold special Unity Lessons to create a healthy community for children.
We provide humanitarian aid through our local partners, reaching the frontlines, cities, and villages affected by war.
We hold robotic and coding classes for refugees and internally displaced children.This summer we are holding children’s camps all over Ukraine to help kids overcome the trauma caused by the war in Ukraine.