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Infopulse Opens Center for Rehabilitation of Ukrainian ATO Heroes and Refugees

On December 17, 2015, Infopulse together with other international and Ukrainian institutions officially opened the Psychosocial Rehabilitation Center for the Ukrainian ATO heroes and refugees. Backed by the Federal Foreign Office of Germany, Kyiv City State Administration, Malteser International and Infopulse, this center will help people affected by the armed conflict in Eastern Ukraine. The Center was opened on the grounds of National University of “Kyiv-Mohyla Academy” (NaUKMA).

What was done by Kiev-Mohyla Academy for the project is important for the whole country. Children, affected by conflict in the Eastern Ukraine, required urgent psychosocial support.– Andriy Gevko, Deputy Minister of Education and Sciences

The Center in Kyiv started giving psychological aid and support in July, 2015. Later that year, a branch of the Center in Slovyansk (Ukraine) was opened. More than 500 teachers, civil servants, social workers and volunteers were trained to provide help and support to war heroes, relocated families, and their children. Since then, over 3,000 refugees, ATO Veterans and retired soldiers, families of wounded and KiA soldiers received free legal advice, psychological and social assistance.

Thanks to the donations and support provided by Infopulse and other institutions, the Center’s premises were renovated, refurnished and equipped in accordance with modern standards. The Rehab Center meets international standards such as the standards of WHO and UNICEF, and successfully implemented effective international practices, e.g., experience of the Israeli Trauma Coalition. Currently the Center offers psychosocial support and provides trainings of psychologists and social workers.

We are heartily glad to finally have a professional Center for psychological rehabilitation in Kyiv.– Vitali Klitschko, mayor of Kyiv (Ukraine), head of Kyiv city state administration

Infopulse Opens the Center for the Rehabilitation of the Ukrainian ATO Heroes and Refugees

Andriy Meleshevych, NaUKMA President, praised the input made by Infopulse and presented the Philanthropist of the Year award to Aleksey Sigov, Infopulse President.

We understand how deep the problem to return to peaceful life is. We had to relocate 55 of our employees along with their families from Eastern Ukraine to Kyiv and Zhytomyr. Almost all of them required psychological assistance for 1-3 months. It was a real and timely aid.– Alexey Sigov, Infopulse President

The Psychosocial Rehabilitation Center is located at 2/4 Glazunova str., Kyiv, Ukraine.

Kyiv branch, tel.: +380 (67) 109-58-31, +380 (63) 601-06-11.

Slovyansk branch, tel.: +380 (95) 852-44-53.

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