When the staff buy food for Friend's House, they see that prices have risen again: milk by 4 UAH, eggs by 5, a kilo of flour by 2. Even the season's vegetables are more expensive than before. On October 18th, domestic gas rises by 23%, which will be seen in all other prices soon. The
What´s new in Ukraine
The first Sunday in October is Teacher's Day in Ukraine. The children congratulate their dear teachers and bring them flowers. Happy weekend to everyone! / Natalya and Nadya
Parents whose children go to school or kindergarten are now requested to pay any voluntary gifts directly to the relevant bank accounts and to require information about how the money was used. Schools and kindergartens have so far collected money from the parents to various needs (repairs, paints, classroom supplies), directly to the staff or
Time to find warm clothes and boots.
Celebration, flowers and beautifully dressed children. This is how the new school year starts. We wish the children a good beginning and much joy in learning! / Katerina
The school bell just rung for the last time this term. Bye-bye school, and welcome summer holiday!
From May 31st, persons displaced from East Ukraine can apply for housing benefit without a rental agreement. / Julia
After the 11th class, the pupils have national tests. The tests do not take place in their own schools, but in a selected school in each community. Everyone takes four tests in the subjects they choose. If they get enough points, they can apply for further studies. Very few students have awards for free university
We have started something completely new. Reading books was not at all our line. But after visiting the book group ”To keep the brain from drying up”, we started to see the world of books in a new way. Books can reveal many interesting things about our city, Kiev. The brightest book here is ”The
Four days off school ahead, we have time to hide the potatoes and the seeds. The spring campaign is going on. It's easy to help. https://childrensembassy.com/blog/
The girls have been waiting for a month, and today is the day to start the journey. Katya, Katya and Nastya have fled from the war in Eastern Ukraine. Three passports have arrived, Anya's hasn't. Today is the decisive date: if Anya gets her passport, she can attend the gala. "We are about to board.
It's a new stage in my life. Today I go to Lvov. I will serve in the Navy , for one and a half years. In my heart there are concerns and many questions. I'll probably get the answers when I'm there. It will be hard to leave Kiev, say goodbye to friends. But especially