Azerbaijani Social Services Agency aids children from conflict zone in Ukraine
The Social Services Agency has provided support to 60 socially vulnerable children who were brought to Azerbaijan from the conflict zone in Ukraine, said the chairman of the board of the agency under the Ministry of Labor and Social Protection of the Population of Azerbaijan Vugar Behbudov during a press conference.
The support was provided within the framework of the "Implementation of Initiatives for Sustainable Leisure Activities of Vulnerable Groups" project.
"Social initiatives have been executed in collaboration with 34 non-governmental organizations and three individuals. The goal is to empower those requiring social services related to the agency's focus areas, enabling them to actively engage in society on an equal footing with their peers," said the chairman.
"The initiative aimed at preventing children from entering state children's centers and facilitating access to social services for families in challenging circumstances successfully provided social services to 630 children across 21 cities and districts. This was achieved through the implementation of the daycare center services project," Behbudov added.
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