Ukrainian preschoolers find shelter in a former firehouse

Stanislava Benešová

There is a problem with the education of many refugees arriving with children.

For preschool children, it is not so much the language limiting the capacity of the kindergartens. In Nebusice, Prague, a private kindergarten called Global Preschool has set aside an entire classroom for young Ukrainians.

It operates in a former firehouse, and the community, made up of Czechs and foreign residents whose children attend the preschool, gave money for toys and all the equipment.