|Childhood without violence – improvement of the system of child protection in Eastern Europe|
The project is supported by OAK Foundation (Switzerland).
The project is implemented in six countries: Bulgaria, Latvia, Lithuania, Moldova, Poland, and Ukraine.
Aim: To improve the professional competence of specialists who work with children who suffered from violence, and also shape public attitudes towards the problem of child abuse.
|Prevention of Human Trafficking through Social Work and Community Mobilization|
Project "Prevention of Human Trafficking through Social Work and Community Mobilization" has being performed since January 2009 by three partner organizations. The main executor of the project is the International Organization of, the project partners are the Child Well-being Fund Ukraine and Western Resource Center.
Aim of the project is to reduce the negative consequences of human trafficking and uncontrolled migration in some regions of Ukraine by wide involvement of local social workers and teachers, as well as by training and support of public activists in the local work on a basis of community development.
|Adaptation of the Interactive Counter-Trafficking Computer-Based Training Contents to the Needs and Perceptions of the Target Audience|
The project is being implemented due to the agreement of the Child Well-Being Fund Ukraine and the International Organization for Migration funded by the United States Agency for International Development
Project goal: to adapt the text and prototype of the interactive computer-based training “Trafficking in Persons – Modern-Day Slavery” to the needs and peculiarities of perceptions of information by the target group (young people of 16-21 years)
Project period: March 1, 2011 – August 31, 2011
|Engaging Youth into Human Trafficking Prevention in Ukraine|
The project is being implemented in the partnership with MTV EXIT foundation with the support of USAID.
The project is designed for September 2013 - April 2014.
Target group: young people aged 15-30 years.
Aim: to build the capacity of the youth to conduct their own community-based awareness raising activities around human trafficking prevention and safe migration.
|Prevention of HIV/AIDS and Support of Psychosocial Health in Ukraine – Community-Based Work with the Program 15|
The project is implemented with the support of Protestant Agency for Diakonia and Development - Bread for the World - Protestant Development Service (Germany) in cooperation with the NGO "Humanitarian project" (Novosibirsk).
Development goal: The project contributes to reducing the spread of HIV/AIDS and other sexual transferred diseases and to enabling young people and adults to protect themselves and others from addictive disorders and violence/use of violence.
|Humanitarian assistance to internally displaced persons from eastern regions of Ukraine|
All-Ukrainian Charitable Organization "Child Well-Being Fund" launched a project to provide humanitarian assistance to internally displaced persons from the eastern regions of Ukraine, which is funded by the German Federal Foreign Office and Diakonie Katastrophenhilfe (Germany).
The project is designed to help families with children who moved from areas where the anti-terrorist operation.
|Charitable and Social-Psychological Support to Internally Displaced Children from Crimea and Eastern regions: Emergency Response|
Project geography: Volyn, Vinnitsa, Chernovtsy, Zaporizha, Khmelnitsky, Donetsk regions and Kyiv city.
Project aim: charitable and social-psychological support to children and their families who forced to leave their homes because of the armed conflict.
|Humanitarian assistance to internally displaced persons from the eastern regions of Ukraine (phase 2)|
All-Ukrainian charity Child Well-Being Fund Ukraine launched the second phase of the project "Humanitarian assistance to internally displaced persons from the eastern regions of Ukraine" (phase 2) supported by German Federal Foreign Office and Diakonie Katastrophenhilfe (Germany), the first phase of which was successfully implemented in October 2014 - February 2015.
The project is aimed to help vulnerable families who have moved from the ATO zone and live in:
Dnipropetrovsk region (Dnepropetrovsk, Krivoy Rog, Pavlograd and Novomoskovsk areas).
Kharkiv region region (Kharkiv and Kharkiv region).
Donetsk region (Ukraine controlled area)
Implementation period: April 2015 - December 2015.
|“Prevention of child sexual abuse and sexual exploitation in Central and Eastern Europe – a comprehensive approach”|
The project is financed by OAK Foundation.
The project is designed for September 2014 - August 2018 and has been implementing in Ukraine.
Aim: to prevent sexual abuse and sexual exploitation of children in Central and East European countries.
|Support to children of Children's Cancer Center ¹3 of Volyn Regional Children's Hospital|
Goal of the project: to help children undergoing the medical treatment in the department of Children's Cancer Center ¹3 of Volyn Regional Children's Hospital.
The project is supported by ChildFund Deutschland e.V., Germany
Implementation period: July 2014 - December 2014.
|Implementation of Counter-Trafficking Educational Programme into the Curricula of Post-Graduate Education of Teachers|
The project is financed by Department of Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development of Canada.
The project is designed for October 2015 - June 2016 and has been implementing in Ukraine.
|Social adaptation and rehabilitation of internally displaced children and youth with special needs|
The project is supported by ChildFund Deutschland e.V.
Project geography: Kharkiv city and Kharkiv region (Ukraine)
Project duration: September 2015 - February 2016
Project aim: To empower IDP families with children with special needs and youth with special needs through providing social-psychological and humanitarian support.
|IMPROVEMENT OF LIVING CONDITIONS OF IDPS AND CONFLICT AFFECTED PARTS OF THE POPULATION IN UKRAINE|
The project is implemented by Diakonie Katastrophenhilfe and All-Ukrainian Charity "Child Well-being Fund Ukraine" financed by German Federal Foreign Office.
DURATION OF THE PROJECT January 1 - December 31, 2016.
PROJECT GOAL: To restore the livelihoods of IDPs through solving their current problems.
|Implementation of Counter-Trafficking Educational Programme into the Curricula of Post-Graduate Education of Teachers, phase 2|
The project is financed by Global Affairs Canada
The project is designed for September 2016 - June 2017 and has been implementing in Ukraine