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DO YOU REMEMBER WHAT YOU WERE AFRAID OF WHEN YOU WERE A CHILDTSVETI DOES NOT HAVE CHILDHOOD FEARS ONLYHER BIG FEAR IS GROWING UP AWAY FROM HER FAMILY.

Tsveti is 4 and is one of those boys and girls living in homes for children deprived of parental care. She likes running and dancing, playing ‘’family’’ with her dolls, listening to fairy tales before falling asleep. She is just like all other children, with her hopes, dreams and fears. But Tsveti is not afraid only of monsters like the Bogeyman or Baba Yaga; she is also afraid of growing up away from her family. The absence of her mom and dad is her nightmare and her biggest dream is a home full of love and laughter.

TOGETHER WE CAN HELP MORE CHILDREN LIKE TSVETI TO GET LOVE AND CARE IN THE FAMILY ENVIRONMENT THEY CRAVE SO MUCH.


Almost 2,000 children in Bulgaria are separated from their parents every year. Over 12,000 boys and girls grow up outside their families in public care.

*Tsveti’s story is based on a real case from the activity of the Family Counselling Centers supported by UNICEF, but the names and photos have been changed. It illustrates one of the problems UNICEF is working on and raising funds for in the country.  

DO YOU REMEMBER WHAT YOU WERE AFRAID OF WHEN YOU WERE A CHILDTSVETI DOES NOT HAVE CHILDHOOD FEARS ONLYHER BIG FEAR IS GROWING UP AWAY FROM HER FAMILY.

Tsveti is 4 and is one of those boys and girls living in homes for children deprived of parental care. She likes running and dancing, playing ‘’family’’ with her dolls, listening to fairy tales before falling asleep. She is just like all other children, with her hopes, dreams and fears. But Tsveti is not afraid only of monsters like the Bogeyman or Baba Yaga; she is also afraid of growing up away from her family. The absence of her mom and dad is her nightmare and her biggest dream is a home full of love and laughter.

TOGETHER WE CAN HELP MORE CHILDREN LIKE TSVETI TO GET LOVE AND CARE IN THE FAMILY ENVIRONMENT THEY CRAVE SO MUCH.


Almost 2,000 children in Bulgaria are separated from their parents every year. Over 12,000 boys and girls grow up outside their families in public care.

*Tsveti’s story is based on a real case from the activity of the Family Counselling Centers supported by UNICEF, but the names and photos have been changed. It illustrates one of the problems UNICEF is working on and raising funds for in the country.  

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