Voices of Children is a charitable foundation that Olena Rozvadovska and Azad Safarov registered in 2019. Officially. In fact, Olena has been going to the East since 2015 and helping children from frontline towns and villages
Ukraine is under attack and millions of children have become victims
Children shudder from explosions and shots. They wake up with the shrill sounds of sirens and fall asleep in the basements.
Kindergartens, maternity hospitals, shelters where families seek some safety are becoming targets.
Children need our common help.
War through the voices of children
On the anniversary of Russia’s full-scale invasion of Ukraine, the “Voices of Children” charitable foundation published a unique book “War through the voices of children”. It contains about 100 emotional quotes that demonstrate children’s paradoxical view of war.
Consequences of a full-scale Russian invasion of Ukraine during 396 days of the war
Not a single child in Ukraine should be left alone with the war.
What we are doing now
We are providing psychological support non-stop. More than 50 psychologists are already working with us. We are helping to evacuate families with children, seeking housing for them, providing them with food and clothing. Please support us so that more children and their families suffering from war receive psychological help and can find shelter.
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Who we are
War through the Voices of Children: a unique book has appeared in UkraineAll news
Anniversary of the full-scale invasion: dry facts and emotional voices of childrenAll news
Key problems and needs of children in different situations of war: situational analysis, almost a year of the warAll news
Key problems and needs of children in different situations of war: situational analysis, the 10th month of the warAll news
More than 6,000 children and parents received help: Voices of Children December reportAll news
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Today, millions of Ukrainians have either lost their homes physically or are unable to return there because of constant enemy shelling and destroyed infrastructure
It takes a day for Olena Brovchenko to hear children recount the atrocities they have witnessed