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Family Sponsorship – Val’ko

Family ID: 42457 Ukraine: The story of this family is sad and typical to many stories of other Ukrainian families.

Val’ko family lives in a tiny dormitory room. Mother is not working because has to look after their handicapped child. Father works as a driver… Read More...

Family Sponsorship – Khamdi

Family ID: 42458 Ukraine: The story of this family is sad and typical to many stories of other Ukrainian families.

Khamdi family consists of Renat and his mother. They live in a one-room apartment. Mother is not working because Renat is autistic and needs permanent… Read More...

Family Sponsorship – Kul’kov

Family ID: 42427 Ukraine: The story of this family is sad and typical to many stories of other Ukrainian families.

There are three people in this family: mother Yaroslava, stepfather and her daughter Kira. They live in Kyiv, capital of Ukraine.

Yaroslava comes from dysfunctional… Read More...

Family Sponsorship – Artemchuk

Family ID: 42440 Ukraine: The Artemchuk family is a strong Christian family. There are five children in the family, one of whom is adopted and one is a handicapped child. The family lives in Kyiv, capital of Ukraine in three room apartment. Grandmother Vera also… Read More...

Family Sponsorship – Dulepa

Family ID: 40823 Ukraine: There are seven people – parents and five children in this family. Mother and children live in a three-room apartment. Father stayed in a dormitory. The father works at a Material Science Institute and the mother is an office cleaner.… Read More...

Family Sponsorship – Sidorchuks

Family ID: 42213 Ukraine: Now just three of the family live in a three-room house; older children some married, some moved out for studies. The parents, Galyna and Yuriy, have two children of their own, Olexiy and Anastasia, and three – Anna, Petro and… Read More...

Family Sponsorship – Komarenkos

Family ID: 42185 Ukraine –  Valeria and her older sister Anastasia live in a small town Ivankiv, a place which is sadly known as Chernobyl area after the accident of 1986. Girls’ father was a volunteer in war in Eastern Ukraine for 19… Read More...