• Charitable public association "World without Borders"
    works with four closed type institutions for teengers in conflict with the law
  • Charitable public association "World without Borders"
    works with children with severe and multiple developmental disorders living in house-boarding institutions
  • Charitable public association "World without Borders"
    works with 10 house-boarding institutions for children with physical and mental disabilities
Charitable public association "World without Borders" has been kindly looking after the needy children for many years.We conduct meaningful charitable actions and organise unique creative projects.

The first seminar for the Group of Trainers in the framework of the project "To know in order to help" was held from 3 to 5 October in Holiday&Training Resort "Forum".

On September 20 and 21, an internship was held in the Gomel house-boarding school on the practical application of methods for the comprehensive abilitation of children and young people with MSDD.

On September 17 and 18 the seminar “Legislation on the rights of children with disabilities" in the framework of the project "To know in order to help" was held. 

From 27 to 29 August, a workshop was held in Polotsk for employees of the departments of accompanied accommodation of house-boarding schools and territorial centers of social services on organizing comprehensive support for graduates of house-boarding schools for children and young people with disabilities.

Throughout the summer, employees of closed type institutions within the framework of the project "Not nearby, and together: a contact person for teenagers at risk" had working meetings.

Summer charity event “You can’t ban sports life” took place in August 20-24, 2018 in Mogilev.


CPA «World without Borders»

Our objectives:

1. To provide comprehensive assistance and support to children and adolescents who need it, as well as their families;

2. To familiarize the personnel of special institutions, as well as all the stakeholders with alternative forms of work;

3. To approbate and dissemine the best practices aimed at improving the lives of children and adolescents;

4. To assist in strengthening the authority and role of the family, enhancing the psychological and pedagogical culture of parents.


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