"Let's Play" Activity Cards - Play-based activities for healing and learning



"Let's Play" Activity Cards - Play-based activities for healing and learning

Date: 11-08-2022

Amazon, ISSA, and Save the Children partner to distribute story books in Ukrainian

In partnership with Save the Children and Amazon, the International Step by Step Association will distribute 195,000 copies of three children’s story books in Ukrainian, from ISSA’s Reading Corner series.

ECD activity cards



ECD activity cards 

Date: 09-08-2022

Non-formal education for refugee children in Moldova

The Step by Step Educational Program in Moldova is working to extend access for Ukrainian refugee children and families to non-formal education programs, as well as training teachers to respond to the crisis. 

Date: 26-07-2022

ISSA and War Child join forces in new partnership initiative

War Child has partnered with ISSA to provide funding that will be used by ISSA and our Member organizations to deliver crucial psychological first aid and psychosocial support to young children and families in the countries dealing most immediately with refugees and internally displaced persons. 

Date: 18-07-2022

Training of Trainers: Foundational training on psychological first aid and trauma-informed practices

As part of ISSA's Ukraine Response, the Secretariat held two Training of Trainers (ToT) online events for trainers and resource persons from ISSA Member organizations in Ukraine, Poland, Romania Moldova, Bulgaria, and Slovakia.

Date: 23-06-2022

The next stage of life: addressing the changing needs of Ukrainian refugee children and parents

In an effort to respond to the growing needs of childcare for Ukrainian refugees, Fundacja Rozwoju Dzieci (FRD) has set the ambitious and critical goal of opening 100 childcare centers in 100 days.

Date: 22-06-2022

Sharing and learning: Advice from the war in Nagorno-Karabakh

The Armenian “Step by Step” Benevolent Foundation is supporting Ukrainian children and families, and ISSA Members in countries receiving refugees by sharing resources that they developed and experience that they gained during the conflict in Nagorno-Karabakh in 2020. 

Date: 14-06-2022

Overcoming psychological trauma through art therapy

As part of their emergency response, the Ensemble Pour l'Éducation de la Petite Enfance appealed to psychologists and art therapists to host art therapy workshops for Ukrainian families.

Date: 19-04-2022

AMURTEL Romania provides psychological first aid to refugee children and parents

ISSA Member, the Neohumanist Education Association, works to build the capacity to provide psychological first aid at Romanian's border with Ukraine.