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Q: Single moms support organizations in the Ukraine? ( Answered,   0 Comments )
Subject: Single moms support organizations in the Ukraine?
Category: Relationships and Society
Asked by: 6ra3-ga
List Price: $150.00
Posted: 25 Dec 2005 11:25 PST
Expires: 24 Jan 2006 11:25 PST
Question ID: 609665

I'd like a list of organizations that support mothers whom are with no
or little means of supporting a family without a father.

Would appreciate a diverse list that covers many areas in the Ukraine
and covers Christian and Muslim groups.

Would like to get contact information of lets say social workers in
those organizations or those handling cases or those whom I can work
with to contribute and get involved.

Your list can include people whom are active in helping single moms
whom do this without belonging to organizations.


Request for Question Clarification by politicalguru-ga on 26 Dec 2005 02:40 PST
Dear Mao, 

I've collected so far a list of 4-5 organisations. I'll probably have
a little more, but not much more. Would you like me to post it?

Clarification of Question by 6ra3-ga on 26 Dec 2005 02:47 PST

An answer is an answer, quantity wouldn't substitute quality.  Do you
feel they cover what I need? Post it and we'll work on it together if
it needs tinkering. :-)


Clarification of Question by 6ra3-ga on 26 Dec 2005 13:39 PST

Lost interest?  Was the increase in value a sign of concern? I had
done so before we spoke.. if that's bothering you, we can agree to an
amount that suites your perception and a mutually agreed amount?

Subject: Re: Single moms support organizations in the Ukraine?
Answered By: politicalguru-ga on 26 Dec 2005 13:43 PST
Dear Mao, 

Sorry for the late respose - I have tried to find more organisations.
Here are the organisations I could find.

International Humanitarian Center "ROZRADA"
4/2 Antonovicha (Gorkogo) str.,
Kyiv, 01004, Ukraine
Telephone/Fax: (+38044) 234-83-68
 Valentyna Bondarovska, Ph.D., Director of the "Rozrada" Center,

"For Human Dignity" 
Phone: +380(44) 562-32-25, +380(44) 411-65-90
 Fax: +380(44) 452-11-20 
Post address: Ukraine, Kyiv 02068, Box 35

?Children are our future?
Nikolaev region?s charitable fund ?Children are our future?
Oktyabrsky avenue, 316, office 150,
Ukraine, 54050
President - Bytemirov Maxim ? 

International Aid
Family Care Foundation 
Youth for Ukraine Programme 

SOS Children?s Villages
Donations, or sponsorships of children, through their site: 
SOS-Kinderdorf International
Billrothstr. 22
A-1190 Vienna
Tel.: +43-(1)-368 66 78
Fax: +43-(1)-369 89 18

Regional Activities
Association of Single Mothers ?Podolyanka?
25, Nigynske Shose, apt.60
32305 Khmelnytska oblast

(Sorry, no further contacts here)

"Large Families of Zaporozhye"
Mr. Anatoliy I. Metla
Ukraine, Zaporozhye, 69000
Patryotichna str., 66 (entrance #2)
+380 612 33 54 77, 33 20 19 (fax)
family[at] (replace [at] with @)

I hope this answers your question. Please contact me if you need any
clarification on this answer before you rate it. My search terms:
International Women?s Club of Kyiv,,, ROZRADA, "single mothers"
ukraine "aid OR charity",, "single mothers"
ukrainian , Charities of Ukraine, ukrainian "single mothers" "charity
OR aid", ukrainian "single mothers", "unwed mothers in the ukraine",
"unwed mothers in ukraine", "single moms in ukraine", "single mothers
in ukraine", "single mothers in the ukraine", "single mothers"
ukrainian "aid OR charity"

Request for Answer Clarification by 6ra3-ga on 01 Jan 2006 05:17 PST

Now in the list you stated that you found, where do they fall in terms
of Christian and Muslim organizations?  Not wanting to ask for too
much clarity, how about an educated guess in terms of who finances
them the most, who manages them or the communities they serve if they
sway either way in majority?


Clarification of Answer by politicalguru-ga on 02 Jan 2006 12:37 PST

I couldn't find any Muslim organisations. 

Rozrada seems to be supported international funds and perhaps also by
the university of Kiev (it has offices, if I understood correctly,
within university premises).

For Human Dignity is a Christian organisation - with soem connections
to the Catholic Church, but it may be inter-denominational. It is
rather conservative in its agenda - against abortions, etc. Family
Care Foundation is also a Christian organisation; and although I
cannot attest for sure, the "Large Families of Zaporozhye"
organisation seems also Christian.

SOS Children's Villages is a well known international charity
organisation, not affiliated (as far as I know) with any religion or
religious organisation. You can read more about them at Wikipedia:

"Children are Our Future" is the only one, about which I cannot tell.
From its lingo, it doesn't seem like a Christian organisation. But
then again, I could not find any information about its sources of
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