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Support of educational processes in Ukraine in times of war

December 14 at 16:00, UKRINFORM, the round table “Cooperation of Ukrainian organizations with international partners in the field of education in times of war”. 

  

How does the educational process take place in regions close to the area of hostilities? How to become a part of the programs of catching up knowledge for students and mental support programs for students and teachers? International experience that can be of use in Ukraine will be the subject of discussion by the speakers during the event. 

  

Where: UKRINFORM , Kyiv, 8/16 Khmelnytskoho St. 

Organizer: UKRINFORM, CO “100% Life”, NGO “Ukrainian Smile” with the support of the Ukrainian Institute for the Modernization of Educational Content. 

  

Participants: 

  • Olga Budnyk, the Plenipotentiary Advisor of the Head of State for the Fund of the President of Ukraine for the Support of Education, Science and Sports. 
  • Deborah Quazzo , managing partner of the largest venture fund GSV, engaged in innovation in education around the world 
  • Dr. Maureen Dunne, Senior Advisor/Partner at the LEGO Foundation 
  • Yevhen Bazhenkov, Director of the Ukrainian Institute for the Modernization of Educational Content 
  • Dmytro Sherembey, Head of CO “100% Life”, the largest patient organization in Ukraine 
  • Ivan Stepurin, President of the NGO “Ukrainian Smile”, implementing digital solutions to help students catch up with learning. 
  • Nina Dombrowska, Co-Founder at the NGO “Ukrainian Smile” 
  • Natalia Tetrueva, Founder at eKidz.eu 
  • Representatives of the Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine, donors, public organizations, heads of local authorities and teacher training centers, education workers. 

 Moderator 

  • Maria Gostin, Director at Irpin Lyceum of Innovative Technologies 

Briefly: 5.3 million children and teachers of preschool and secondary school age in Ukraine have been adversely affected by the war, including 4.8 million children in need of immediate educational assistance.  The Government of Ukraine, the Ministry of Education and Science, local education authorities, and partners managed to preserve the education system. As a result, many more children were able to return to full-time education in the 2023/2024 school year. Online and blended learning was organized in areas where the security situation made offline learning impossible. However, significant educational needs remain that require the support of each of us and our international partners. 

How can partnerships with foreign donors support the education development program? What do international donors expect from cooperation with national partners? How can technology bridge the gap in education? It’s an open discussion on how to build effective partnerships and support the most vulnerable students in Ukraine in 2024. 

The events are held both offline and online. 

Journalists are requested to arrive 30 minutes prior to the event. 

  

Media accreditation:  oschyrba31@gmail.com 

  

Accreditation will last until 14:00, December 14; you need to specify your name and media for confirmation. 

  

The event will be broadcast on the Ukrinform website and YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/UkrinformTV 

  

For reference:  

NGO “Ukrainian Smile” in partnership with CO “100% Life” and the Ministry of Education and Science with the support of the Humanitarian Fund for Ukraine is implementing “Providing digital tools to overcome learning disabilities, social-emotional development and mental health assessment for the most vulnerable 35,000 children in rural areas”, one of the most influential educational projects in Ukraine. 

CO “100% Life” is the largest patient organization in Ukraine, working in the field of public health for more than 20 years, implementing national humanitarian aid projects with the support of international donors. The Foundation’s mission is to fight for life.  More than 350,000 patients receive assistance from the organization each year 

Ukrainian Smile is a non-governmental organization dedicated to supporting the future of a free Ukraine by providing the next generation with access to education, welfare and health care. The organization’s mission is to ensure that every child in Ukraine has access to proper education, health, and welfare as the foundation for a better future. 

  

Using materials from the official Ukrinform YouTube Channel is allowed only if the copyrights established by the Channel are respected. When showing the video during the live broadcast, the author – Ukrinform – must be referred to by showing its name on the screen and pronouncing it aloud.   

 

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