Since February 2022, a massive humanitarian crisis is growing within war-torn Ukraine. Special attention needs to be devoted to children, the elderly and disabled people who could not flee the conflict. They need our help, our partnership and our participation – on site. Not only to survive, but also to keep believing in a better future. As the greatest collective endeavour of modern times, science carries a responsibility to make a contribution.
WHAT DO WE PURSUE?
WHAT DO WE PURSUE?
Within Ukraine, hand in hand with local communities, we identify and tackle local projects. These are performed with our support. Beyond improving living conditions and care for the needy, we focus on education, learning, and sports for schoolchildren.
Across the globe, we call for an international alliance offering free tertiary education to interested students from Ukraine, via online courses and classes. We aim to create a platform where such courses will be announced and students can register.
HOW TO IMPLEMENT?
Currently we work in strong partnerships on site with the very engaged and well connected Ukrainian non-profit youth organizations “STAN” and “Tabula Rasa for the Future Generation”. They are young professionals working in the spheres of peacebuilding, education, human rights, and media. “STAN” with its national network organized welcome points and shelters for internally displaced people in need and supports them in many ways. In the Carpathian region they working close with the local NGO “Tabula Rasa for the Future Generation”, oblast with the aim of developing a creative civil society through the support and implementation of various youth initiatives.
HOW TO IMPLEMENT?
YOUR DONATION MAKES A DIFFERENCE:
Beneficiary: Science4People e.V.
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Nobel Prize meets SKOLA+
November 10, 2023 — On October 31, Professor Ferenc Krausz paid a visit to Transcarpathia in order to meet with teachers and students who are actively engaged in the “SKOLA+” educational project. This initiative is made possible through our partnership with the NGO “Tabula Rasa for the Future Generation”. During his … More
Our educational Project "SKOLA +" has started!
October 2, 2023 — On October 2, our partners at Tabula Rasa for the Future Generation launched their pilot educational project, SKOLA+ with the support of Science4People. What is SKOLA+? Our goal is to assist students in two rural Transcarpathian schools in bridging the learning gaps caused by the war and the … More
S4P Hoodies arrived!
April 19, 2023 — Hoodies are very popular among teenagers, which is due to the fact that the sweater jackets are not only warm and comfortable, but also practical and casual. S4P wanted to please the children and young people in Bakosh with warm clothing. The customized hoodies with the S4P logo are meant to convey … More
S4P on the chest
February 17, 2023 — Our new hoodies have arrived. We want to make our nonprofit aid association even more visible in public. The hoodies were designed by Dennis Luck. Part of our S4P team at the Max Planck Institute of Quantum Optics has already tried them on for the first time. More
January 11, 2023 — The first shipment of powerbanks has arrived in Western Ukraine. They have already been performing their welcome services there since the turn of the year. Two pieces went to the mayor's office in Batyovo, where they will be used in the ID department. Two units went to the school in Bakosh, and … More
When Black Friday becomes Reality
December 21, 2022 — In a carefree world, Black Friday is known as a day of discounts in retail and online trade, which initiates and boosts the Christmas shopping season. In war-torn Ukraine, where the energy supply has suffered massive damage in many places, the term currently has a different and thoughtful meaning. … More
Ping-Pong with a Pro
December 8, 2022 — Thanks to the cooperation of “S4P” and “Tabula Rasa for the next generation” as well as their generous supporters, the youth center Zdybanka of the settlement of Bátyú in Western Ukraine, became richer with a fantastic gift. The young people of the Transcarpathian community and the refugees who … More
World Volunteer Day in Ukraine – NGO Tabula Rasa get honoured
December 5, 2022 — 2022 – is World Volunteer Day. Tens of thousands of volunteers have been active in a wide variety of fields in Ukraine for the past 289 days, with unprecedented cooperation. They work tirelessly day and night, without weekends or holidays, so that their country can find peace and security as soon … More
S4P enters partnership with NGO Tabula Rasa
November 4, 2022 — Instead of tearing down bridges as is currently the case in the war, Science4People would like to rebuild them metaphorically and establish strong connections in Ukraine for those in need. Our main focus is to provide children and young people and their families in the crisis area with a perspective … More
Help for little Mira
October 14, 2022 — With your help, we were able to support a little girl with a valuable food-package. Little Mira fled with her mother from the city of Nikopol in south-eastern Ukraine to Transcarpathia because of the constant bomb attacks. She is 3 years old and suffers from phenylketonuria, and is required to stick … More
Toys for small joys
September 17, 2022 — Thanks to the generous supporters and donators of Science4People we have been able to offer some pleasure in those times of unpleasant crisis for the 25 residents of the Transcarpathian Regional Children’s Shelter. The joy on their faces, who were now happy about leisure clothes, new shoes and … More
Charity auction at the Zdybanka Youth Center
September 3, 2022 — On 3 September 2022 Science4People supported a charity auction in the Batovo Settlement of the Transcarpathian region of Ukraine. The auction, which exhibited pictures painted by local and internally displaced young people who have recently settled in the community, was organized by the local … More
STAN and S4P join forces to support Ukraine
June 15, 2022 — Science4people aims at mitigating the severe adverse effects of the war on education and personal development of children, teenagers, and students deprived of their homes and – often – of their schools. In this regard, S4P is pleased to announce its cooperation with the youth and aid organization … More
CURRENT S4P PROJECTS
CURRENT S4P PROJECTS
Science4People in collaboration with their Ukrainian partner organization Tabula Rasa for the Future Generation focuses on executing youth projects in Ukraine. One such initiative is the pilot educational program SKOLA+, designed to assist schoolchildren and young refugees in bridging educational gaps resulting from the pandemic and the ongoing russian invasion of this war-torn country. This program offers a chance for participants in fundamental subjects, including Mathematics, literacy skills (writing and reading) at the primary level, and an expanded curriculum for older students encompassing physics, chemistry, biology, geography, history, Ukrainian and English. SKOLA+ is gradually spreading to more and more schools across Ukraine. The program is entirely free for all the pupils involved. Every single donation helps us to extend and maintain our support to ever more children in Ukraine.
OUR FIRST PATRONS
OUR FIRST PATRONS
Science4People e.V. has been initiated by members of the Attoworld Team based at the Max Planck Institute of Quantum Optics and the Faculty of Physics of the Ludwig- Maximilians-Universität München. These institutions and their environment offer us excellent conditions not only for scientific research but also for our personal development. By education, professional training, recreation. We appeal for a global alliance of all those enjoying similar benefits to support the less privileged. Currently in war-torn Ukraine. We thank the Max Planck Society, and the Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München for supporting our initiative and Max Planck Foundation for having generously provided us with its platform until the foundation of our association.
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