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Summer school for children and adolescents | Georgia

The ASB’s “Summer school for Ukrainian and Georgian schoolchildren” project aims to strengthen children’s social contacts and to give them better access to education. The ASB organises leisure activities to better integrate Ukrainian children and young people into Georgian society.

The project

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    Project title: Summer school for Ukrainian and Georgian schoolchildren

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    Project region: Georgia, Tbilisi

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    Financing: Aktion Deutschland Hilft e.V. – Bündnis deutscher Hilfsorganisationen (ADH)

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    Project volume: € 15,957.45

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    Duration: 2 months (01/08/2022 - 30/09/2022)

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    Target group: Children (aged 7 - 13) and adolescents (aged 14 - 18)

Almost two out of three Ukrainian children are displaced, either internally within the country or after crossing the borders as refugees. They had to leave behind their homes, their friends, their toys, their valuable belongings and often family members as well. This instability can have terrible repercussions for their future, as trauma and anxiety can have long-term effects on their physical and mental health.

The needs assessment conducted by ASB Georgia with the partner organisations “SSK” and “Unite Together” shows that the needs of children and young people have increased. They need to be integrated into the host country and acclimatised to their new environment, and also simply be allowed to be children.

How the ASB is helping in Georgia

Acclimatising to the new environment


The project aims to better integrate children into their new environment and to offer them fun and variety in their everyday lives. Various entertaining activities were planned to help achieve this worthy goal, such as language courses, painting, DJ courses, football training, theatre courses, excursions or dance classes.

These activities took place several times a week for over a month and helped to reduce the stress felt by children due to the war in Ukraine and improve communication between Georgian and Ukrainian children. A psychologist and trained support workers were always there to provide help and support for the children.

Environmental camp in Bakuriani


The ASB organised an environmental camp in Bakuriani, where children took part in fun activities such as hiking in the forest, group presentations or sports competitions. The focus was on improving observation skills, logic and imagination. By exploring nature and hiking in the mountains, the children were able to increase their self-confidence and make new friends. 

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