“The second Romanian Lesson for Ukrainian teenagers in Robin Hood” – by Anano Tsitskishvili

ENG:   “Hello, my name is Anano. I am 23 years old from Georgia. I joined this amazing project in July and I have already collected beautiful memories and get extremely amazing experiences.   One of my favorite and distinguished experience is teaching Romanian language to Ukrainian children. Most of them are teenagers around 14-16 years… Read More “The second Romanian Lesson for Ukrainian teenagers in Robin Hood” – by Anano Tsitskishvili

“First Romanian Lesson for Ukrainian Teenagers in Robin Hood Center” – by Maria Solomon

ENG: “During this project, aside from being the volunteers’ coordinator, I had the opportunity to conduct Romanian classes for Ukrainian teeganers in the Robin Hood center. The first lesson that I did was, of course, about the Romanian letters – using the Abecedar that was developed and worked for by many volunteers and former volunteers… Read More “First Romanian Lesson for Ukrainian Teenagers in Robin Hood Center” – by Maria Solomon

“La Recuperare – No surrender” – by Alejandro Gomez

“Sincerely, I needed some minutes, for breathing, before writing this article. Probably, La Recuperare is one of the most difficult places to write about. I would like to be accurate with my words during my article in order to explain the different reasons. La Recuperare is a place located next to Marie Curie hospital facilities.… Read More “La Recuperare – No surrender” – by Alejandro Gomez