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New Summer Session of the Blogger Camp from the Rinat Akhmetov Foundation Opened


A modern children’s camp in Zakarpattia has started a new session of the Blogger Camp from the Rinat Akhmetov Foundation for children affected by the war. New friends and vivid impressions, useful skills and knowledge, recreation in the fresh air, health improvement, and help from psychologists – this is what awaits the boys and girls coming for the new session.

The two weeks ahead will be full of events and activities. Both the Foundation’s team and professionals from the media sector work with children during the camp session. In particular, the ambassador of the Museum of Civilian Voices of the Rinat Akhmetov Foundation, actor and TV presenter Oleksiy Sukhanov will visit the camp. Another guest will be Yaroslav Voytseshek, the screenwriter of the well-known animated film Mavka. The Forest Song produced by Animagrad studio http://FILM.UA.

Children will have the opportunity to master the modern skills of a blogger. In particular, they will learn to create and present their own blog, tell their stories, familiarize themselves with various professions that may be of interest for a child as a hobby or even a future occupation.

The recreation also has a creative aspect — many practical activities in an interesting game format, which help children to discover and realize their abilities. As always, the children will have the opportunity to enjoy some game playing, dancing, and other exciting outdoor activities. 

In addition, psychologists of the Rinat Akhmetov Foundation work with boys and girls under a special War Trauma course developed by the Foundation. Thanks to the psychological support, children learn to live through their emotions and fears, overcome stress and traumatic experiences, and find a way to a confident and happy future.

The participants of the project Rinat Akhmetov for Children. Peaceful Rest for Children of Ukraine are children aged 8 to 14 who have been through a lot because of the war. Among them are children who were deported to Russia and returned to Ukraine, those who lost their parents because of the war, children from foster families and family-type orphanages, children under guardianship and adopted children, as well as those living in the front-line areas and those who suffered from the armed hostilities.

Almost 5,000 children from all over the country have received professional psychological assistance in the framework of the project.