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    22 Jan 2020
    Vanya loves the time he spends with Maxim and Olga. These two young people, who have mild learning disabilities, live in Dominic House in Rechitsa. They provide respite care for Vanya and two other children with disabilities, and this is funded by CCP Trustee Brian Hardwick. Vanya’s mum is quite happy to go out for several hours...
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    21 Jan 2020
    This year Chernobyl Children’s Project celebrates our 25th Anniversary. Our launch event took place at a Lord Mayor’s Reception in Manchester Town Hall in 1995. Within 3 months we had delivered our first reconditioned ambulance to Belarus, in July we brought our first group of children for a holiday to Glossop and Littleborough and by the Autumn we were able...
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    19 Nov 2019
    We are looking for volunteers to join us in Belarus in summer 2020, so if you fancy doing something different for a change, something worthwhile that is extremely rewarding why not join us! Our teams of volunteers visit two institutions...
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Who are we?

Our mission is to help those in Belarus whose lives continue to be blighted by the aftermath of the Chernobyl nuclear disaster – babies born with genetic disorders and children with cancer or disabilities. We also seek to provide social and educational opportunities for children with disabilities and to move children and young people out of institutions. Follow the link below to discover how we got here and how we are doing this:

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Let’s improve the lives of children with disabilities in Belarus

Not only are we striving hard to make the lives of those kids and young adults living in institutions happier and more fulfilled but, through an intense programme of education and training, we are fighting hard to encourage the authorities to provide better care in the community so that as many people as possible can live as independently as possible in family type environments. But all this costs money and we desperately need your help.

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Volunteering with CCP was a life-changing experience. I have made friends for life and met the most amazing people. I couldn’t imagine my life without annual trips to Belarus with the charity” – Christy, Disability Nurse



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