Belarusian Children’s Fund bought a cottage for creating children’s house of family type in Shklov (Mogilev region), - the correspondent of the site was told by Pharid Berrashed, the press-secretary of education department of Mogilev regional executive committee.
The fund got financial support from Irish charitable organisation “Chernobyl Children's Project International”. The building is being redecorated, furniture and household appliances are bought.
Belarusian Children’s Fund has been carrying out “Warm house” charitable programme to children’s houses of family type since 2000. Thus, 40 houses of family type have been opened since then. In January, 2009, the Fund bought a cottage for creating children’s house of family type in Glusk.
By July, 2009 there have been 29 houses of family type for 242 children, 744 adoptive families, 1452 tutor families in Mogilev.