Countries of Europe and the former Soviet Union

Caritas CR operates in Europe and some countries of the former Soviet Union, namely:

How is Serioshka spending the summer?

Serioshka.

At the beginning of July, one of our colleagues travelled to Moldova to see how Sergiu Andronicov and his father are doing – who had received a donation which had been raised at the beginning of this year. The money will be used to pay for another one of a series of surgeries to treat a medical condition the  young man has  which involves abnormal  muscle contraction resulting from  cerebral palsy he suffered as a child.

Working in Moldova on inclusive kindergartens

During the training.

Caritas Czech Republic in Moldova has been taking care of vulnerable children over a long period of time. Since October 2015, Caritas has focused on the inclusion of children with special educational needs into regular kindergarten. There is currently training in all districts of Moldova, where teachers, administrative staff and representatives of public administration meet to discuss the integration process in more complicated cases.

"Now I understand that together we are strong"

Team of Caritas Ukraine.

"United in fraternity for more solidarity in Europe" was the slogan of the unique Regional Conference of Caritas Europa held on 23-26 May in Lourdes (France). Traditional place of pilgrimages gathered more than 300 representatives of Caritases from 42 countries of Europe. Read more on caritas.eu.

Georgian experts got to know Czech way of taking care of people with autism

Children in inclusive kindergarten “Zajíc”.

Between June 19 and 24, Georgian experts who care for people with autism disorder had the opportunity to learn our system of complex care for these people, including preschool education.

The Caritas Czech Republic finished its activities for strengthen a social protection of children

The Caritas Czech Republic finished its activities for strengthen a social protection of children.

The final conference, in which the Caritas Czech Republic’s activities towards strengthening the social protection of children in Moldova were evaluated, occurred on Tuesday, 14th of June 2016, in Chisinau. Workers from the Caritas presented specially designed methods and gave examples of their uses in practise. This event commenced with the speech of Viorica Dumbrăveanu, Deputy Minister of Labour, Social Affairs and Family of the Republic of Moldova.

A new ambulance will help give first aid in Georgia

A new ambulance will help give first aid in Georgia.

A new terrain ambulance car will help provide immediate first aid and treatment of diseases related to high altitude in remote, yet popular, areas of the Thusheti region.

The project for the protection of vulnerable children in Moldova is nearing its end

The project for the protection of vulnerable children in Moldova is nearing its end.

Almost a million Moldovans of working age left their country, which is the poorest in Europe, to work abroad. The children of those who have migrated depend on their grandparents or other family members for care. The children who do not have family to care for them can end up in foster or institutional care.

Georgian specialists on a study visit of the Czech Republic

Group photo.

On Sunday, 19th June, a delegation of Georgian specialists on care of people with the autism spectrum disorders arrived to Prague.