Library in the Rynok square

Due to the Russian invasion of Ukraine War, many families left their homes and were forced to move to safety places. They arrived with nothing at all, some lost their homes forever. Together with guys we decided to at least somehow reduce the pain of children who suffered from the horrors of war, because they are our future!

Somehow, just walking, I came across a library, a magical library, where a woman walked and collected money for a thermal imager. I decided to visit them, there were many adults with children. Almost all of them are internally displaced, since there is not enough work for everyone, so they come and weave camouflage nets for military equipment. I saw that the children had nothing to do, and the very next week I brought them many board games, puzzles and soft toys that they could take home. I think that this is a great opportunity for children to distract themselves from the anxiety and trauma of war, and it will allow adults to weave camouflage nets faster.

To make one camouflage net, one needs to spend 3-4 days minimum, people do it all day and night, to cover the needs of the military.
We tried to help them with my friend, it’s really hard, too hard!

Hard times give birth to great people. I noticed this, especially in the field of art.

I met an artist who weaves camouflage nets and paints, look, I’ve never seen such a thing.

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