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Youth Going Back to Nature - Engage, Connect, Empower 

The YGBN project aims to pave the way of the young people with fewer opportunities to return to nature through environmentally sustainable outdoor activities. Together with our partners from Belgium, Lithuania, Estonia, Italy, and Croatia we will Connect, Engage, and Empower the youth community.

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Building Skills through Training therapy Animals 

With the BUSTA project students from partner countries - Lithuania, Bulgaria, and Belgium will have the opportunity to have real life impact that goes beyond the boundaries of the school, on the lives of persons with disabilities: they will develop research and cooperative actions to integrate service animal training with horses, dolphins, and dogs.

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Christmas Gift - Give a Therapy to a Disabled Child

The goal of all of us - children with special needs to be an active part of society. This Christmas we are gathering the funding for our Spring Program for Free Therapeutic Riding for Children with Disabilities.

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Eternal Values Brought by American Horses

The Photo Exhibition of 36 photographs of the direct descendants of the American mustang brings us to the beautiful Bulgarian countryside. The project is the cross point between the art of photography and values young people try to live by.


Young Volunteers and Horses Make a Change for Children with Disabilities

Young people from the EU dedicate their time to help children in need and gain knowledge and experience on the way.


Building Expertise

Ensuring quality therapeutic riding sessions is our priority. We turned to the
International Professional Association for Therapeutic Horsemanship and its mentors for training.


RURAAC : Alternative Augmented Communication for rural areas

The RURAAC project aims to promote the social inclusion of people with intellectual disability in rural areas through augmentative alternative communication (AAC) in outdoor experiences and the use of local natural assets.


Youth in Equine-Assisted Therapy

The YEAT project aims to gather organizations from different sectors and embark upon together a journey to better the quality of the work, activities and practices of in the field of YEAT across the partner countries – Bulgaria, France, Belgium, the European Union and internationally.


Program Free Therapeutic Riding for Children with Disabilities

The Program provides children with disabilities the chance to improve their health. It offers the children’s caretakers space for retreat. And it is free for the families.


Centre for Therapeutic Riding

The first professional center for equine-assisted activities which will be helping people with disabilities with focus on children. Let's build it together!


Ambassador of PQHFB Program – a network to promote our goals and values

Be our voice in the world!

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