Project goal is to take action in the field of emergency early childhood development to support young children at risk or with developmental difficulties affected by Ukraine war.
The project “Emergency early childhood development action to support young children at risk or with developmental difficulties affected by Ukraine war” is implemented by Keystone Moldova and financed by EASPD through UNICEF funds.
Vasile and Zinaida are a family; they were deinstitutionalized and live in Cîietu village.
This year, they benefited from briquettes for the winter season, textile materials, and food coupons.
“I never imagined that I would become a war psychologist,” says Anna, who, since February, works with women who took refuge in Republic of Moldova.
“She taught us how to emotionally adapt here and how to find our place in the society, how to look for a job…”
“From September until July, we have been providing support for 330 refugees in the Central area, and around 110 host families, and around 130 vulnerable local families. We provide support in the form of goods: furniture, appliances, clothes.”
Since the beginning of the war in Ukraine, Keystone Moldova offered support to host families and refugees in Tudora village, Ștefan Vodă region.
Thus, for almost a year we have been offering them basic necessities – beds, mattresses, essential textiles and furniture, medicine, household appliances, food products, heating materials.
Galina took refuge in our country from Ukraine. She needed quality medication for post-stroke rehabilitation. With the financial support of our donors, the doctor from Keystone Moldova offered Galina a complex treatment that significantly improved her health.
The young woman took refuge in our country with her mother because of the war in Ukraine. Alina keeps her optimism and trust in the future; she is continuing her studies in jurisprudence online and is seeking a job in Moldova.
Medicines are the most frequent type of support we provide to refugees with disabilities and chronic diseases from Ukraine. Every day, Keystone Moldova mobile team delivers essential medicines to refugees who need them.
Medicines, medical consultations, hygiene packages, mattresses, food, medical devices… These are just some of the types of support that Keystone Moldova’s mobile team offers to refugees from Ukraine.
“Keystone Moldova brought us medicines. Since then they have been taking care and helping me and other people with various diseases. They were attentive to our needs.”
Tatiana is a young woman from Odesa who took refuge in our country together with her family.
The young woman continues her studies online and works as a waitress in a restaurant near the temporary placement center where she lives.
“The support was primarily from a human perspective –‘How can we help you?’. Secondly, they told us that we can benefit from the delivery of medicines.”
Victoria took refuge in our country to be safe. Keystone Moldova gave him the support he needed.