Psychological Art Studio is designed to enhance psycho-emotional, mental and social wellbeing of people, struggling with pain, fears, anxiety and other consequences of traumatic experiences in their lives.
'Place of Change’ project exists to impact and equip children and teenagers from various backgrounds and status. We believe that what we do builds more than just friendship and good memories, but brings impact into these children’s lives, strengthens their capacities and builds character.
Art Story Shop is an amazing opportunity for young women at risk, single mothers and victims of social injustice and exploitation to discover their great potential, learn new professional skills and become self-sustainable.
The 'Family Garden' is a day center for single mothers and their children, with a maximum capacity of about 100 mothers and children. The center seeks to intervene in the critical situation of single mothers to prevent child abandonment, as well as to empower them to develop their children for a better and safer future.
On 12th of October Way to Success organized a special reunion for about 75 graduates of the courses. The gathering offered plenty of room for interactions with each other, discussions, joyful time and opportunity to see each other’s achievements after graduation and influence they have built in relationships with others.
For artists, an exhibition is always a means of expressing events and influences in their life. In early days of summer, Psychological Art Studio organized a 3rd Exhibition of Paintings, Handicrafts and Pottery Art-Works.
In spite of the cold weather outside, our team from Urban Center Balti has performed an amazing public awareness event in the center of the city. Their goal was to motivate people take into consideration their often ignorance towards violence, marginalization and exploitation happening around them every day.
In August BOL held a summer camp for vulnerable teenagers within the framework of Be Different Program. Since the number of participants in the program in the past year has doubled, the team separated the camp into two shifts over ten days, with 195 teenagers (aged 10-16) taking part.