As the war continues, 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.
Since the beginning of the war, nearly two thirds of Ukrainian children have been forced from their homes. This is one of the largest human displacement crises in the world today. Children, especially internally displaced children, critically lack psycho-social support both from their parents and peers. Without supervised after school activities, their attention is absorbed by the horrors of the war.
Radooga has been running Robotic clubs and camps since the beginning of the war to redirect children’s attention from war trauma and bring emotional healing.
To help Ukrainian children affected by war have some form of “normalcy” back in their lives and process painful experiences, we involve them in highly-engaging activities - building and programming robots. This helps children develop their cognitive skills in a fun, creative setting, provides them with a sense of achievement and gives them the opportunity to connect with their peers. Our teachers also help the children draw spiritual lessons and learn Christian values through robotic classes.
With your help children in 10 cities in Ukraine will gain skills and support through weekly Robotic clubs.
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Delta Community Credit Union
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Atlanta, GA 30339
Radooga USA Inc.
29 Vinings Trace, Newnan, GA 30265