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On 20 October 2022, IOM and IPčko teams in Kosice organized an event for Ukrainian children who together with their mothers fled the war in Ukraine. Children took part in an interactive activity using pictures to learn a narrative form of speaking.
Activities that should help children that fled the war better cope with the new environment. Photo © International Organization for Migration (IOM) 2022.
As part of the activity boys and girls chose a picture and made up a story on their own. They had a chance to be creative and came up with their own concepts. Afterwards, they continued in a discussion, adding ideas to other stories of their peers. This kind of activities helps children better cope with the new environment.
Providing mental health and psychosocial support to people fleeing the war and currently living in Slovakia is an essential part of the IOM’s emergency response to the crisis in Ukraine. The support is realized thanks to the cooperation with IPčko as the IOM´s implementing partner providing their counselling and assistance to people from Ukraine in all eight regions of Slovakia.
With the support of:
This activity was generously funded by the U.S. Department of State Bureau of Population, Refugees, and Migration.