Pomoc dla uchodźców z Ukrainy - program SPYNKA

Most of the refugees who have come to Poland from Ukraine are women with children, having had the traumatic experience of war. The question How can we help? we all hear and ask ourselves. We decided to focus on what we know best – meeting the developmental needs of the youngest children.

We are therefore launching the SPYNKA programme to help mothers and children adapt to new conditions and to prepare children for inclusion in the educational system.

(ATTENTION, as the situation is changing dynamically, we will adapt our activities to the changing needs, so the website will be frequently updated).

 

>> SPYNKA PROGRAMME – SUPPORT FOR CHILDREN AND MOTHERS FROM UKRAINE – ACTIVITIES

  1. Animation of classes for children from Ukraine in temporary accommodation centres in Poland
    Organizing regular classes for children in different age groups. At the beginning in 4 provinces: Mazowieckie, Pomorskie, Lubelskie, Podkarpackie. (Currently, the preparation stage, including the training of animators)
  2. Initiating various forms of care and education for children from Ukraine:
    • SPYNKA Playgroup for the youngest children and their mothers
      Regular meetings several times a week for mothers with children (1-4 years old) led by a trained animator assisted by a Ukrainian-speaking person (e.g. one of the mothers)
    • SPYNKA Pre-school Animation Group
      Regular meetings of a group of mothers with pre-school children (Ukrainian and Polish) led by a kindergarten teacher assisted by a Ukrainian speaker (e.g. one of the mothers)
    • SPYNKA Day care for young children
      The “Act on Care for Children under 3” provides for the care and education of children in the form of a “Day Carer”.
      The caregiver (qualification or qualification training required) has in his/her care up to 5 children aged 0 to 4 years. Our Foundation has developed and run a model in which the caregiver is accompanied each day by a parent (or, for example, a grandmother) of one child as a volunteer assistant (parent-volunteer participation is stipulated by law). This model is easy to adapt in a community where there are several Ukrainian families with young children. Compared to a nursery school, it provides a much greater sense of security for children and adults (small group, one language, mothers who can support each other) and does not require compliance with restrictive sanitary and fire safety standards.

 

>>TEXTS, LINKS, RESOURCES

 

>>CONTACT

Feel free to contact us at: ukraina[at]frd.org.pl

  • if you want to become an animator
  • if you want to help setting up SPYNEK or our other activities
  • if you have premises where children’s activities can be organised

 

>> SUPPORT

You can support our activities:

  1. By donating 1% of your tax to the CHILDREN’S DEVELOPMENT FOUNDATION, KRS number: 0000166381
  2. By making a donation to our account: 64 1560 0013 2000 1701 4195 3100, transfer title: donation to help children from Ukraine