The President of the "Techiia Foundation" has purchased textbooks for the Ukrainian school in Limassol
Students of the Ukrainian Educational Space "Kryla" in Limassol, Cyprus, have started the academic year with new textbooks in their native language. For children in the 2nd, 3rd, and 4th grades, as well as preschoolers, the President of the "Techiia Foundation," Oleg Krot, has provided the necessary educational materials and books.
Textbooks on Ukrainian language and reading, mathematics, English, world exploration, various workbooks, posters, diagnostic tests, and other necessary materials according to the "New Ukrainian School" program are already aiding the education of young Ukrainians in Cyprus.
"Our students received a complete set of necessary textbooks, workbooks, and additional materials from our benefactors. In other words, everything that is required for an interesting and productive year of learning. We are grateful to the President of the 'Techiia Foundation' for the support," explained Lilia Lapeyeva, the founder and head of the Ukrainian Educational Space "Kryla."
In the previous academic year, the president of the "Techiia Foundation," Oleg Krot, covered part of the children's educational expenses, and this year, he allocated funds for the necessary textbooks. "Kryla" educates over 30 children in the zero, first, second, and fourth grades. Children follow the "New Ukrainian School" (NUS) program in partnership with a school in Ukraine, ensuring that students receive the necessary knowledge and documents that allow them to continue their education in Ukraine or Cyprus without any problems.
"Due to the war started by russia against Ukraine, these children found themselves far from their homes. The 'Kryla' educational space team enables students to receive a quality education in their native language, and we help make education financially accessible for forced migrants," explained Oleg Krot, President of the "Techiia Foundation."
It's worth noting that besides the school at "Kryla," there is also a Ukrainian amateur theater and a social space for adults.