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Disaster Management Phase
The crisis in Ukraine is causing a mass exodus of people seeking safety to neighboring countries and the rest of Europe. Thousands of people are arriving in Italy. In order not to leave them alone, we have activated the DRUZI project, a Ukrainian word meaning "friends", in which "Ukrainian" volunteers, who have knowledge of the language, support girls, boys and adolescents aged 9 to 18 through and continuous online support.The project, which is part of our response to the Ukrainian Emergency in Italy that we have activated since early March, with integrated protection interventions, support for reception and inclusion, aims to support educational continuity, relationality and integration. social welfare of boys, girls and adolescents who fled Ukraine and arrived in Italy.
What was the overall goal of the Use Case?
The little ones and young girls will be supported by a volunteer, mostly from the Ukrainian community in Italy, in order to have personalized online educational support.
Druzi volunteers after a training course and under the supervision of a team of educators and psychologists / ghe, will accompany them to the knowledge of Italy and the cities where they are hosted, they will support them in maintaining basic skills , of the scholastic path (many children and adolescents continue to attend their school in Ukraine through the DAD), will favor the learning of basic notions of the Italian language, will promote reading and playing activities.An opportunity, therefore, for children and adolescents to be able to express themselves in their own language in a protected context, expanding the network of relationships.
Which guidelines were used?
- Save the Children Policies on child protection
- policy on the use of social networks by Save the Children Staff
- Google Meet