History of Chernobyl
20th Anniversary Chernobyl Reports
- Greenpeace's report: Future victims of Chernobyl
Greenpeace refers to findings of Belarus, Russia and Ukraine's researchers, who assert that over 93 thousand people in the three countries, including 22 thousand in Belarus, may die of diseases caused by radiation in 1986-2056.
- The Other Report on Chernobyl: Finds Death Toll Likely to be 30-60 000
A new study released in Kiev, Ukraine directly challenges the findings of a widely criticized International Atomic Energy Agency/World Health Organization report from last September that predicted 4,000 likely cancer deaths as a result of the 1986 Chernobyl nuclear disaster.
The international communications platform on the longterm consequences of the Chernobyl disaster.
Organization that is to strengthen recovery efforts of individuals and communities in Belarus and Ukraine that have been severely affected by the Chernobyl nuclear accident.
- Chernobyl Children Project, USA
The largest organization in the U.S. that provides medical treatment and respite care for children from the Chernobyl-affected areas of Belarus, Russia and Ukraine. Based in Boston, Chernobyl Children Project USA arranges medical care in the U.S. for children suffering from a wide variety of ailments and places them with volunteer host families during their stay. The project has provided care for more than 1,200 children.
- Strong Like a Willow
Organization helping families in Chernobyl-affected areas of Belarus.
- Heart of Mother
This organization helps to adopt kids from Ukraine.