In recent years, Ukrainian society has become very concerned about children who are abandoned or neglected. The number of orphans in Ukraine has increased dramatically over the last decade. According to not official data, there are currently around 150,000 orphans living in Ukraine.
There are several reasons why some parents abandon their children. Some leave because they cannot afford to feed them or provide medical care. Others simply don't want to take responsibility for raising their child. Many people feel that it is better to give up on a child than to raise him or her alone.
Many children live with relatives or foster families. However, many children do not have family members willing to adopt them. This means that these children must be placed in an institution.
According to official statistics, there are approximately 100 orphanages in Ukraine today. These institutions receive funding from government agencies, private foundations, and international organizations such as UNICEF. In addition, local governments often allocate funds to support orphanages.
The majority of orphanages are located in cities such as Kyiv, Dnipropetrovsk, Kharkov, Odessa, Lviv, and Chernigov. However, there are also orphan
Orphanages in Ukraine are very common nowadays. They are usually located in big cities and provide shelter to children who lost their parents due to death. The number of orphans has increased over the years because of poverty, war and other reasons.
There are several types of orphanages in Ukraine. Some of them are run by religious organizations, while some are government funded. In addition to providing food and shelter, orphanages also teach children various skills such as reading, writing, math, etc.
This list includes orphanages in Donetsk and the Donetsk region:
|NAME OF THE ORPHANAGE||ADDRESS||TELEPHONE|
|MYKOLAIV SPECIAL BOARDING SCHOOL №7 OF DONETSK REGIONAL COUNCIL||STREET SINETSKOGO, 15 SLOVYANSKY DISTRICT M. MYKOLAYIVKA||(06262) 4-20-77 (FAX), 4-20-77|
|SVYATOGORSK SANATORIUM BOARDING SCHOOL OF I-II DEGREES FOR CHILDREN WITH SMALL AND FATING FORMS OF TUBERCULOSIS||STREET FOREST, 16 M. SVYATOGORSK||(06262) 5-33-41 (FAX), 5-50-03, (050) 156-08-13|
|SLOVENIAN BOARDING SCHOOL OF I-III DEGREES № 1||STREET GENERAL BATYUK, 20 M. SLOVYANSK||(06262) 3-41-24, (066) 247-21-39|
|SPECIAL BOARDING SCHOOL OF I-III DEGREES FOR WEAKING CHILDREN||STREET OSOVIAKHIMA, 11 M. MARIUPOL||(0629) 33-25-27, 34-44-00 (FAX), (066) 940-06-40|
|TEMPORARY-YARSKY SPECIAL BOARDING SCHOOL №8 OF DONETSK REGIONAL COUNCIL||STREET TSIOLKOVSKOGO, 1 ARTEMIVSKY DISTRICT M. CHASIV YAR||(06274) 7-31-16|
|CENTER OF SOCIAL AND PSYCHOLOGICAL REHABILITATION OF CHILDREN M. KRASNY LYMAN||STREET FREEDOM, 104 M. RED ELMAN||(06261) 4-24-56|
|CENTER OF SOCIAL AND PSYCHOLOGICAL REHABILITATION OF CHILDREN OF DOBROPIL CITY COUNCIL||MKR-N SOLAR, 18 A PREMISES № 1 M. DOBROPIL||(050) 226-09-54|
|CENTER OF SOCIAL AND PSYCHOLOGICAL REHABILITATION OF CHILDREN OF KRAMATORSK CITY COUNCIL||STREET HEROES OF UKRAINE, 18 M. KRAMATORSK||(06264) 3-55-70|
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