Masha is a 12-year-old girl from Zaporizhzhia, who’s been in Georgia for nearly four months now. She came to Georgia for a skiing holiday with family and friends in February, but stayed after the beginning of the conflict in her home country.
In the first 100 days of our response, we have established offices and projects in Moldova and Ukraine, with a focus on delivering life-saving assistance to meet the basic and protection needs of refugees, internally displaced people, and host community members in Romania, Moldova, Georgia, and Ukraine. More information can be found in the 100 days report developed by World Vision.
On May 30, World Vision Georgia organized a CLOSING EVENT of the project “Reinforcing the Child Protection and Welfare System in Georgia '' to celebrate the results achieved in the field of child welfare systems with partners/key stakeholders. The project was implemented by World Vision Georgia on behalf of World Vision France and with support from the European Union.