As a church, we reached out to the Ukrainians in the early days of the wolf. Because we talk to them every day, they told us that one of their goals would be to be able to borrow books and talk to Martin Balcar from the Evangelical Evangelical Church.
According to him, there is a lack of books in the Czech Republic, so they decided to approach the Albatros publishing house and the Scout Institute and put together the first library of Ukrainian literature. Together with the Embassy of Ukraine, they provided a supply of Ukrainian books, storage space and a power supply system.
It is another initiative that is taking place in these spaces and which will help us to float the concept of communication in these spaces, describes Ondej Srb from the Scout Institute, where the library is located.
An intensive training course was also held on the premises, in which 500 people took a course from partner organizations. We have a stable children’s corner here, we provide psychological and health counseling, he describes according to
There is quite a lot of room for a number of community activities that bring people together and help them overcome the difficult situation they find themselves in, towards the Serbs. According to him, there is a lot of demand among people for the center itself. Hundreds of people pass through them every day. Institute with the fact that the library will need more space.
Martin Balcar added that he would be very happy if the library got the thumbs up, if people, for example, bought books. According to him, Vbr is now a warehouse that he wants to offer to Ukrainians.