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One year anniversary from the start of the full-scale invasion

Exactly one year ago, on 24 February 2022, Russia's full-scale invasion of Ukraine began. Since that day, approximately 17 million Ukrainians have fled their homeland in search of a safe place for themselves and their children.

Currently, 359,175 refugees live in the Czech Republic, 295,290 of whom are women and children. The youngest Ukrainians suffer the most from this cruel war, as the war has stolen their right to a carefree childhood. Children no longer dream of going to the seaside or abroad, they want to return home to their fathers, grandfathers, and brothers.

It's been almost a year since Ukrainian children in need of support and help have been gathering at our centre. The stress and trauma caused by the war do not disappear, so we help them cope with it.

One such method of psychological rehabilitation is vocal lessons. Through singing, children release negative emotions, learn self-control, and, most importantly, can distract themselves from terrible events.

Today, our singers performed in front of the Mayor of Prague, politicians, and diplomats with one mission – to tell their terrible stories and share their experiences.

Together we are taking confident steps toward victory. We believe in the strength of courageous Ukrainians who are defending our freedom.


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