“A much-needed break from the war”
(LWI) - Hiking, climbing, roasting sausages at the fire and making new friends – holiday camps are usually a source of good memories and an opportunity to relax and make new friends. Even more so, when everyday life is marked by finding your way in a foreign country, sharing a small living space with your family and knowing loved ones in a war zone. For this reason, the LWF in Poland made sure that Ukrainian refugee children got to enjoy some holidays.
Ukrainian disco and games
The holiday camps offered 177 Ukrainian children a chance to visit the countryside. They were organized by the LWF community centers in Bielsko-Biala, Gdansk, Bytom, Ostroda, Zgierz, and Wroclaw. The children, have been living as refugees in Poland for a year and a half now.