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About Us

Science4People e.V. (S4P) is a non-profit initiative to provide and improve necessary education for children and young people in crisis regions, such as war-torn Ukraine. The project was launched by Nobel Prize laureate in physics Ferenc Krausz and members of his team shortly after the Russian invasion in 2022. S4P works with established local partner organizations on site to ensure rapid and targeted assistance. The education program SKOLA+, which promotes Ukrainian students and helps to fill the gaps created by the war and the Covid 19 pandemic, is part of these efforts.

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Initiator of S4P

Initiator of S4P

Ferenc Krausz
Nobel Prize in Physics (2023)

Charity Fundraiser in Washington, DC

May 17, 2024 — On April 26, an evening fundraiser was held at the Czech Embassy in Washington, DC to raise donations and support the education of children in war-torn Ukraine and provide them with important resources. The event was jointly organized by the aid organizations Together for others and the Azar Foundation for Children of the world. In this context, Science4People was brought on board as a strategic partner organization with its SKOLA+ program. Adrienn Dávid, Deputy Chair of S4P, describes her … More

Drawing attention to our cause in the USA

April 25, 2024 — In the wake of Ferenc Krausz being awarded the Nobel Prize in Physics last year, the founder of our S4P initiative has been traveling extensively to give lectures around the world. He is currently speaking in the USA at renowned universities such as the University of Southern California (USC) in Los Angeles, Berkely University of California and Stanfort University. At the end of each talk, he tirelessly introduces the audience to Science4People and the Skola+ program in Ukraine and makes the … More

The extraordinary heroes of everyday life

March 16, 2024 — San Sanych is no ordinary volleyball coach. Unfortunately, he had to flee his native Southern Ukraine in the summer of 2022 because it was under occupation. He and his family found a new home in Western Ukraine, where he became a pillar of the local community. He took up a job as a high school physical education teacher and immediately put his many years of coaching experience to good use. He now coaches 5 teams, 2-3 times a week for a total of 22 hours, all in his spare time and for free, … More

SKOLA+ keeps expanding!

March 14, 2024 — As of January 2024, the SKOLA+ program has now moved from its pilot phase to full-fledged projects. Under the Skola+ programme, 20 teachers in 5 schools provide remedial and talent development sessions for around 250 students in the western and near frontline areas of Ukraine. These sessions are not just a dry review of the curriculum, but a playful way to improve children's mental health and academic performance. And this is just the beginning! Our plans and dreams are still big and … More

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 visit, Professor Krausz had the opportunity to personally engage with the two schools involved in the initial phase of the project. He had productive conversations with both students and teachers, … More

Our Partners

Currently we work in strong partnerships on site with the very engaged and well connected Ukrainian non-profit youth organizations Tabula Rasa for the Future Generation and STAN. They are young professionals working in the spheres of peacebuilding, education, human rights, and media. We've also received assurances of support from German foundations, who have generously funded our projects. Sir Peter Ustinov Stiftung, for instance, has been instrumental in our endeavors. Additionally, in the United States, S4P has forged a valuable partnership with Together for Others, marking a deepening of our collaboration.

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CURRENT S4P PROJECT

CURRENT S4P PROJECT

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.

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Whenever Science4people starts funding a new project, Ferenc Krausz travels to the relevant destination to insure all of the proceeds go to the cause.

All of the funds raised through Science4People go directly to the charity.

Science4People takes care of all the expenses.

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“Science knows no country, because knowledge belongs to humanity, and is the torch which illuminates the world.”

[Louis Pasteur]

is an international initiative of scientists and those aware of the role of science and innovation for the future of our civilization. From which this future will grow is education, which is severely impaired in conflict-torn countries. S4P supports these communities to care for the vulnerable and foster education, to open prospects for the future.

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