Ukraine is Europe's second largest country, and is a land of wide, fertile agricultural plains, with large pockets of heavy industry in the east.
While Ukraine and Russia share common historical origins, the west of the country has close ties with its European neighbours.
Ravaged by war and occupation, Ukraine has taken time to recover since its days of Soviet rule - poverty, alcohol addiction and the highest European rate of HIV+ infections leaves deep scars. Green shoots of progress are visible.
For a profile on the country we suggest the BBC website on Ukraine>>
Our work in Ukraine is in Mukacheve in the West, Kamianske in the East and war affected families in eastern Ukraine
Working primarily with orphans our partners are New Beginning in Mukacheve whilst Children's Heart work with a wide range of beneficiaries in Kamianske, and Love Without Borders is rebuilding and communities in the east, and is leading the development of a new respite and rehabilitation centre near Kiev
We also have a vital role in caring for, and preventing Abandoned Babies.
Providing spiritual, emotional and physical needs of abandoned and disadvantaged babiesRead more
Creating firm foundations for orphansRead more
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Reaching out to those in needRead more
Giving hope to young orphansRead more
Pioneering fostering workRead more
An exciting new project which will help 1,000s of young lives over many yearsRead more
Bringing simple relief to those in needRead more
Keeping families together in UkraineRead more
Hope and Faith for Roma childrenRead more
Bringing respite, relief and childhood backRead more
Education children on the reality of human trafficking today in Eastern EuropeRead more