Israeli organization opens study room for wounded, sick kids in Ukraine

Lazar Berman is The Times of Israel's diplomatic reporter

A study room at a Ukrainian children's hospital opened by the ISraeli NGO SASA Setton, designed to help them remain up-to-date with their studies.(courtesy SASA Setton)
A study room at a Ukrainian children's hospital opened by the ISraeli NGO SASA Setton, designed to help them remain up-to-date with their studies.(courtesy SASA Setton)

An Israeli organization opens a study room at a Ukrainian children’s hospital, designed to help them remain up-to-date with their studies.

SASA Setton, which provides teaching methods for 140,000 children in Israeli hospitals every year, applied their experience to Odesa Regional Children’s Clinical Hospital, which treats some 700 children daily.

The study room contains computers, tablets, games, and the company’s educational software translated into Ukrainian.

“Throughout the establishment of this educational space, we have encountered bombings, power outages, and numerous alarms, but it was essential for us not to give up on this vital project,” Sonia Gomes de Mesquita, deputy chair of SASA Setton.

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