We welcome all organisations working to improve the lives of those living in the Chernobyl and Fukushima-affected regions to join us. Working together organisations can be stronger, more effective and can achieve real, sustainable, long-term change.
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British Partners

Our British partners want to share with all of you some of their tasks.

 Pat and Len Joy, from Children's Joy, tell in an article for BBC News how they sold their house in Essex to set up an orphanage looking after Ukrainian children. Over the past year Pat and Len started to help the army and even given refuge to a couple, Bob from Britain and his Ukrainian wife Tatyana, when they fled Crimea after Russian annexation.

Here you can check it : Pat and Len Orphanage

 

 

Also, Linda Walker, from Chernobyl Children Project UK (CCP), invites you to watch this amazing video about how they supporting the children of Belarus. Chernobyl Children Project UK video

During the last 20 years, CCP has initiated and supported over 20 different projects to help children and families in Belarus. In this video, you can see some of them, the Home Hospice Care, which supports over 30 families in Gomel, Recuperative holidays…and their entire task for help these children after Chernobyl.