Annual Reports and Newsletters
We send out regular quarterly newsletters and annual reviews of our work see below. To subscribe or obtain a copy of our annual report please contact email@example.com
ZOV Publications and Research Papers
2020 – ZOV staff developed a new research study and book about how staff and specialists could improve the behaviour of children deprived of parental care including strategies to deal with behavioural issues The book was published in 2020 titled “Inclusive education for children at risk and children with emotional and conduct disorders” https://www.meridian27.com/book/deca-s-emocionalno-povedencheski-problemi?fbclid=IwAR1hZnpJ2Xn24pVpA37wrPfExEXlTci4qdwkc3P_YkXJaMCISJG6S1PRSFk
2017– In 2017 Katia Zlatkova-Doncheva, our local lead manager, undertook a PHD study and published a book in English on ZOV’s results over the last eight years. This study showed a measureable increase in the children’s self-esteem, independence and motivation. The link to the book is below. https://www.lap-publishing.com/catalog/details//store/gb/book/978-620-2-01891-3/effect-of-mentoring-at-risk-youth-program-in-bulgaria .
Other publications/papers regarding ZOVs work and results are as follows:
2020- Zlatkova-Doncheva, K., Gospodinova, K, Popova, D. (2020). Reducing aggressive behaviour among children in educational and social practices. / Karina Gospodinova, Desislava Popova – Педагогически Алманах, 1, Инд./Реф [ERIHPLUS] [ESJIndex] Open Academic Journals Index, CEEOL, MIAR, DRJI, ResearchBib, WorldCat, GIF, ROAD, Electronic Journals Library, Eurasian Scientific Journal Index, SIS, RootIndexing, 68-81. [Инд./Реф. в: ERIH PLUS] http://journals.uni-vt.bg/almanac/eng/vol28/iss1/12
2019 – Doncheva, K. Z. (2019). Language Impact towards Social Behavior of At-Risk Children, PUPIL: International Journal of Teaching, Education and Learning, 3(1), 01-21. DOI: https://dx.doi.org/10.20319/pijtel.2019.31.0121, Инд./Реф [Google Scholar] ResearchGate, Mendeley, Academia, CiteSeerX
2019 – Zlatkova-Doncheva, K. (2019). Language Strategies to Reduce Anxiety of At-risk Children Deprived of Parental Care. World Journal of Education, Vol 9, No 5, p. 100-112 ISSN 1925-0754, DOI: https://doi.org/10.5430/wje.v9n5p100, [Инд./Реф. в: EBSCO Publishing]
ZOV has developed a special and new alternative communication system aimed at improving the social and communication skills of children and youth with disabilities deprived of parental care. The study and system developed by Desislava Angelova Popova which formed part of a PHD has now been published and will be sent to all the family centres in Bulgaria. For more information on her work see below:https://grdspublishing.org/index.php/PUPIL/article/view/1831.