Renowned reporter Ian Pannell has been to many hotspots. On the anniversary of the full-scale Russian invasion, he made a documentary film about war children in Ukraine.
Together with the ABC News film crew, Ian visited Kamianets-Podilskyi, where the unique “Children of War” project is engaged in psychological rehabilitation and socialization of children from frontline and deoccupied areas. Since its inception, the project has helped nearly 800 children with psychological traumas caused by the war.
Some of these children have lost their homes this year, and others have lost their loved ones, which is the most painful loss. The children reside in the peaceful rear town of Kamianets-Podilskyi for a month, participating in sessions with psychologists, interacting with peers, engaging in sports, going on excursions, attending workshops, and having fun. Importantly, they also have the opportunity to continue their education remotely.
The “Children of War” project exists thanks to the support of partners and charitable contributions.
Join the “Children of War” project: +38 063 0 333 444, firstname.lastname@example.org, or via website of the SOS: Civil Defense Headquarters charity fund: http://sos-sgo.info/ (the website has a button where you can provide financial support to the project).
ABC News documentary in original - https://youtu.be/4pPr1JeC2Vw ⠀
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