Displaced children with special needs: a crucial time to help

It is never easy to flee and leave everything behind, and it is even more difficult with children. Certainly, for children with special needs – for whose development a predictable, familiar environment and ability to move around is essential – this is also true. In this video interview we speak with Anna Perekatiy, leading the organisation ’START’ in Lviv about their struggles, and how Hungarian Interchurch Aid helps these children trying to cope with the effects of war.

The Centre for Development and Socialization ‘START’ is a Flexible Small Grants beneficiary. Believing in the power of community, HIA started handing out flexible small grants to selected groups working with people in need, helping over 10,000 people in Ukraine alone through the communities and congregations involved. 

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