On September 30, WFWP-Ukraine together with Japanese volunteers visited Ukrainian families temporarily living in a hostel in Wroclaw.
The event was held before the International Day of Peace. WFWP-Japan representative and head of the “Thousand Cranes” charity fund, Mrs. Nobuko Omori, donated a projector and a screen for a dormitory where about 300 refugees from Ukraine live. Adults and children can gather together to watch movies and useful materials, which will help create a more family-friendly atmosphere.
The participants of the event immersed themselves in traditional Japanese culture with songs and master classes. All those interested received the calligraphy with their names from Omori-san. Stationery was given to each child.
Volunteers also visited the hospital in Wroclaw. Two servicemen of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, who were wounded during the defense of Ukraine against Russian invaders, are being treated there. They shared their experience. Japanese volunteers gave gifts to the soldiers.
WFWP-Ukraine expresses its gratitude to its partners from Japan for psychological and material assistance to Ukrainian families and soldiers.