“Children’s toys” Campaign

Let’s make 200 refugee children happy with a toy for the 1st of June!On the occasion of the upcoming International Children’s Day, let us bring joy to children who have left their home countries. Some of them have not been able to take their toys with them, others have not had access to developmental games […]

“Top 3 Humanitarian Needs” Campaign

Are you into charts? Here’s one from our practice.The top humanitarian needs of people who have fled their home countries fall into the following 3 categories:

The Power of Believing in Good

What is human life? How does it pass? We are born, we grow, we learn, we develop, on our way we meet with diffrent people, we form relationships, we work… And we get into the flow of everyday life without thinking that something extraordinary can happen and shake this familiar everyday cycle of life. Until […]

The position of the UNHCR on the Voluntary Return to Ukraine of Refugee Children without Parental Care

Earlier this month the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees’ (UNHCR) released their position on the voluntary return to Ukraine of refugee children without parental care. It focuses on unaccompanied children and those evacuated from care institutions in Ukraine. The primary goal of this document is to ensure that the best interests of these vulnerable children are protected and upheld during the voluntary repatriation process.

Еxhibition “I Am Here”

Моето име е Мохадес Мирзаи, на 25 години, родена в град Кабул, Афганистан. По професия съм пилот на самолет.

The exhibition “I Am Here” presents the portraits of women who cross boundaries and have built an entirely new life. By revealing their strength and identity, each of these women is an example of resilience and adaptability, determination and dignity. By crossing their personal limitations, they break stereotypes and present us with new perspectives for development.

Refugee Women and Employment in Bulgaria

Every year, huge numbers of people are forced to leave their homes due to violence, military conflicts, human rights abuses, social and economic upheavals, disasters and environmental changes, in search of security and a new beginning for themselves and their families. They feel this is imperative because their lives are at risk in their home countries and their quality is extremely degraded due to the lack of access to health care, education, professional qualification and development.

Beneficiary satisfaction and impact note 2022

At the beginning of 2023, CRWB conducted a survey on the satisfaction of the beneficiaries and the impact on them, for the period from 2019 to the time of the survey. We are extremely grateful to all respondents for agreeing to take part in it. Among them, the largest percentage were Ukrainian citizens who received […]

Rumiana Tahan