About us

"Mama I nemovlya" is ...

a charitable organization that solves social problems related to motherhood and childhood.

Fifteen years of activity are thousands of saved children’s lives, hundreds of families under the care of the UСO, dozens of purchased homes for mothers with babies who lived in the open air, and this is one family with our wards who have become relatives over the years!

UСO "Mama I Nemovlya" has been active for over 15 years

The charity organization started its activity from the Kyiv City Maternity Hospital №1 in 2004. Since then, our offices have been operating in every region. The geography of our wards is the whole country!

  • 2005
  • 2010
  • 2015
  • 2020
  • 2021
  • The result of our activity was the creation of a program of social centers for mothers and children, which received the support of state policy and on September 8, 2005 the Cabinet of Ministers issued Resolution 879 on the establishment of social centers for mothers and children.
  • The charity organization started its activity from the Kyiv City Maternity Hospital №1 in 2004. Since then, our offices have been operating in every region. The geography of our wards is the whole country!
  • Fifteen years of activity are thousands of saved children's lives, hundreds of families under the care of the UCO, dozens of purchased homes for mothers with babies who lived in the open air, and this is one family with our wards who have become relatives over the years!
  • For the first time among charities, the Mama I Nemovlya Association Detects, Prevents and Treats Early Childhood Disability. From the beginning of problem detection to full social support of families in the future. We pay special attention to children with disabilities under 3 years of age. After all, this category of our wards often needs urgent surgery and treatment.
  • UCO is the flagship of the organization of social support for mothers and babies from the social centers of mothers and children. Psychological support, trainings and educational modules are just a part of our program for socialization of mothers who find themselves in difficult life circumstances.
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Founder

Oleg Melnychuk is an archpriest, doctor of theology, representative of the Ukrainian Orthodox Church under the Presidential Commissioner for Children. He was born on November 19, 1979 in the village of Novy Kokoriv, ​​Kremenets district, Ternopil region. In 2005 he founded and headed the public organization “All-Ukrainian Charitable Organization” Mama I Nemovlya “. In 2009, according to the Decree of the Primate of the Ukrainian Orthodox Church, His Beatitude Metropolitan of Kyiv and All Ukraine Volodymyr, he was appointed Representative of the UOC to the Presidential Commissioner for Children. Areas of interest: models of church-state relations, theory of law and state, cooperation with public and state institutions, mass media. Author of monographs and more than 20 scientific papers. Editor-in-Chief of Kupol Media Holding. He was awarded the Gratitude of the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine for many years of conscientious work and personal contribution to the social and legal protection of minors and orders of the Ukrainian Orthodox Church.

For the first time among charities, the Mama I Nemovlya Association Detects, Prevents and Treats Early Childhood Disability. From the beginning of the problem to the full social support of families in the future.

We pay special attention to children with disabilities under 3 years of age. After all, this category of our wards often needs urgent surgery and treatment.

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UCO is the flagship of the organization of social support for mothers and babies from the social centers of mothers and children. Psychological support, trainings and educational modules are just a part of our program for socialization of mothers who find themselves in difficult life circumstances.

The only systematic experience in the country of patronage and charity in the purchase of housing for socially disadvantaged mothers with babies. Particular attention is paid to the support and successful adaptation of mothers after leaving the Mother and Child Centers.