Help Danylo and other families in crisis

Together we have an opportunity to help more orphaned and vulnerable children and to strengthen families through WWO Hope Groups and other programs from the WWO Roadmap. $100,000 Needed by December 31st
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Networking for the sake of vulnerable children and youth in Finland

In September 2023 WWO Europe Programmes Manager, Suvi, was part of a team to convene and host a first roundtable in her own country of Finland. 18 people with varied expertise and experience in the Finnish care system shared hopes and vision for the role of the church in helping children in the care system.
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Community transformation in Albania

For 5 years Mathilda has managed Alo ! Mik’s community center in a Roma community - a poor and challenging area of the capital city, Tirana. Having seen the impact of the relationships they have built over years with the children and teenagers, they have introduced a mentoring program for the teenagers. One of the problems in this community is early marriages for girls. The team wants to strengthen their 'daughters' - as the team sees those girls - to have a voice regarding their own future, to be able to continue their education, and not to marry too early.
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Value of Life - Summer Camp in Poland with therapeutic activities for 30 Ukrainian children

During the summer of 2023, a Polish NGO in collaboration with YWAM Poland, was able to host 30 Ukrainian children at their camps. Many of them were children who fled Ukraine because of the war last year. Therapeutic workshops were an important part of the camp programme together with recreational activities.
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Collaboration between Poland, Ukraine and Romania 

It is a great joy to see our friends and partners serving orphans in different European countries come together to share their knowledge and experience with each other! Alliance for Romania Without Orphans organised a TBRI (Trust-based relational intervention) Camp for children and their parents. YWAM Ukraine and Poland was invited to participate as well as teach about Emotional Intelligence at the camp. Ukraine Appeal Fund was able to support three Ukrainian participants to join the event. Read below their thoughts after the camp.
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