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Ukraine Humanitarian Conference

Ukraine’s Unnoticed Humanitarian Crisis – Toronto Conference January 16

Highway Liberty is hosting a human rights conference on January 16th, 2016 at the Ritz-Carlton Hotel in downtown Toronto titled “Ukraine’s Unnoticed Humanitarian Crisis: Impact and Solutions.” The conference will discuss the current status of internally displaced persons within Ukraine, the challenges they face, possible solutions and provide a forum for

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A Note of Thanks from McDonald Elementary School (Vancouver)

I just received this note from the principal of Macdonald Elementary School, whose students, community and staff both HOPE worldwide of Vancouver and the Vancouver Church of Christ have been serving in various ways for almost 20 years. We are very encouraged by his kind words below: “Last Thursday the

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Support The Helping Hand For Ukraine Project

HOPE worldwide of Canada volunteers and supporters came out in large numbers to participate at the annual Ukrainian Festival in Toronto for the children of Ukraine. Through the Helping Hand for Ukraine project, Canadians are able to provide financial support to children and parents traumatized by the war in eastern

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Helping Hand For Ukraine Training In Cherkasy

HOPE worldwide of Canada has been providing financial and other forms of support to HOPE worldwide Ukraine. mainly through the Helping Hand for Ukraine project.  Here is a quick update from Ukraine. HOPE worldwide Ukraine implemented a 3-day “Children and War. Teaching Recovery Techniques” training program in Cherkasy in November.

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Become a “Helping Hand” for Children Traumatized by War in Eastern Ukraine

The Helping Hand for Ukraine Project was initiated by HOPE worldwide of Canada and HOPE worldwide Ukraine with the aim to improve the psycho-social situation of children traumatized by war in Eastern Ukraine. Through this project, children and parents will learn how to deal with psychological problems caused by war

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Children Traumatized by War in Eastern Ukraine Need Our Helping Hand

A military conflict and the conduct of an anti-terrorist operation (ATO) in Eastern Ukraine have forced local populations to migrate to other cities and regions of Ukraine. The Departments of Social Protection and Security of the regional and Kyiv state administrations have officially registered over 1.2 million of forced migrants.

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