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Julia Vakulenko

Keeping Pace

– Posted in: Children's Embassy Ukraine

I'm preparing to submit the new unified quarterly report. The instructions for filling in the reports consist of 61 pages. These "stable" amendments to legislation allow bookkeepers to increase their vocabulary constantly. Sometimes I would like to share my new skills with someone, but this would call for a psychiatrist-psychologist in our team. 😀 🤓

“General Manager”

– Posted in: Children's Embassy Ukraine

I use many kinds of forms and schedules in my work. I put them in their places, but tend to forget where.🤔 Important information should be visible. Viktor Pavlovich solved my problem by making a notice board for me. So great that we have a real general manager in our team. 🙂 / Julia, bookkeeper

Help a mother smile

– Posted in: Help children

"I think it's great to start school soon, but my Mom is kind of sad" says 6-year-old Dima. You can work a little miracle by supporting the family. His sister is already at school and Dima is starting the first class. The kids and their mother are internally displaced persons from Eastern Ukraine. The family

Angels, too, sometimes need help

– Posted in: Help children

School is starting soon. Bogdana needs notebooks, books, pencils, shoes and much more. Her mother has no money for these. This little girl has won the battle of her life - she has won brain cancer. The battle has taken time, and the way to rehabilitation is not an easy one. She has a memory