“United with Ukraine” is a portal where U.S. and Bulgaria have joined forces to support Ukrainians in Bulgaria or who are planning to go to Bulgaria. It is constantly updated. Powered by: U.S. Embassy Sofia America for Bulgaria Foundation American University in Bulgaria American College in Sofia The American Chamber of Commerce in Bulgaria NuBoyana Film Studios Muzeiko
According to the Ministry of Education from the Republic of Bulgaria, refugee children from Ukraine can enrol in school or kindergarten. The information below on the procedure for admission and education of children in kindergartens and schools.
“Education without backpacks” from Bulgaria helps Ukrainian pupils and students with free information and free educational resources. You can find information about: Libraries in Bulgaria with books and publications in Ukrainian and Russian Online learning platforms for Ukrainian students recommended by the Ukrainian Ministry of Education Online training in Ukrainian for students from 5th to 9th grade Resources in Ukrainian, Russian, Bulgarian and English.
“Migrant Life in Bulgaria” is a platform that provides information about many aspects of migrant life. It has 45 categories. Unfortunately, the platform contains very little information in Ukrainian.
Here are some useful contacts for Ukrainians that are in Bulgaria: phone numbers, e-mails, address and websites.
Medical information for Ukrainians refugees from vulnerable groups who have temporary protection in Bulgaria: minors unaccompanied minors people with disabilities the elderly pregnant women single parents with minor children victims of human trafficking people with serious health problems or mental disorders people who have suffered torture, rape or other severe forms of mental, physical or sexual abuse
EU Skills Profile Tool in Ukrainian: helping the integration into the labour market of people arriving from Ukraine
The European Commission has launched a Ukrainian version of the EU Skills Profile Tool for Third Country Nationals. The Tool will make it easier for people fleeing Russian’s invasion of Ukraine to map their skills and find jobs and other opportunities.
The Academic Council of the National Academy for Theatre and Film Arts (NATFA) decided to provide an opportunity for refugee students from Ukraine’s higher education institutions, studying in the field of stage and screen arts, to continue their education at NATFA. The opportunity could be implemented by adhering to the following parameters: 1. Providing reliable information about the student’s status in Ukraine (student record book with official attributes and stems, or transcript of the records), or confirmation from Ukrainian officials. 2. Participation in an equivalent exam in front of NATFA professors committee, in order to be determined in which year
Offers all across the country of Bulgaria for help with accommodation, transport, clothes, food and everything else we can help with.Offers are written in Bulgarian, English, and Russian.Offers come from private people.
The Bulgarian Art magazine “Boyscout” informs the reader about many ways how they can help the refugees from Ukraine in Bulgaria. Bulgarian: Списание за култура, което информира как да помогнем на хората в Украйна ако сме в България
Information from the Bulgarian government for people fleeing from Ukraine to Bulgaria and for people who want to help in Bulgaria. The information is available in Ukrainian, English, Bulgarian, Russian. Ukrainian: Інформаційний портал болгарської урядової платформи допомоги біженцям з війни в Україні. Bulgarian: Искате ли да помогнете? Българското правителство обединява усилия с представители на цялото българско общество, за да предложи възможно най-голяма подкрепа на всички, засегнати от кризата в Украйна. Можете да помогнете на хиляди бежанци, като им осигурите настаняване, транспорт, работни места и като доброволно отделите своето време и ресурси. Даването е грижа и моментът за грижа е днес!