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General Information about Chernobyl Nuclear Disaster:

Chernobyl Disaster
Brief Overviews: Causes of the Chernobyl Accident, Sequence of Events leading To the Accident, Health & Physiological Consequences, Social, Economic & Political Consequences, Environmental Consequences.

Chernobyl - A Nuclear Disaster
Introductory information about Chernobyl tragedy: causes & consequences, local effects, worldwide effects.

Radiological and Health Impact of Chernobyl
An Assessment by the NEA Committee on Radiation Protection and Public Health.

Radiation Reassessed
Chernobyl - the largest open-air radiation experiment? A study by Radiation Reassessed.

Thyroid cancer after Chernobyl
Chernobyl: Understanding some of the True Costs of Nuclear Technology. A collection of articles about Chenrobyl and its effects.

Chernobyl Charity Organizations on the Net:

Canadian Aid for Chernobyl
Canadian Aid for Chernobyl is dedicated to providing humanitarian and medical aid to those affected by the world's worst nuclear disaster. Our primary focus is on the most vulnerable victims -- the children -- offering a healthy respite and dental and medical care in Canada to those who continue to live each day amidst the extreme radioactive pollutants.

Chernobyl Children`s Project - Cork, Ireland
The Chernobyl Children's Project is an Irish registered charity established to help child victims of the world's worst nuclear disaster, which took place at the Chernobyl Nuclear Plant in the Ukraine on 26th April 1986.

Chernobyl Children's Lifeline
UK children's charity founded in 1992.

Chernobyl Children Project USA
An amateur home page of The Chernobyl Children Project USA, a non-profit organization whose purpose is to provide respite and relief to the children affected by the Chernobyl Nuclear explosion of 1986.

Belarus-American Child Health Foundation
The Foundation was founded exclusively to undertake and financially support activities designed to improve and enhance the health of children in Eastern and Central Europe, with a special concern for the children from Belarus.

German Chernobyl Helping Initiative
Private Charity Initiative, member of the German DEUTSCHER VERBAND FUR TSCHERNOBYL-HILFE e.V. (German Association of Chernobyl-Aid).

Japan Chernobyl Foundation
Japan Chernobyl Foundation(JCF) is a Japanese Non-Government-Organization. We cooperate with Shinshuu University School of Medicine and other medical workers, and support the Gomel regional hospital and other hospitals in Belarus for the treatment leukemia and cancer patients after the Chernobyl nuclear power plant accident since 1991.

Victims of Chernobyl National Relief Fund
The Chernobyl Nuclear Disaster in 1986 devastated a large area of the former USSR and the radiation fallout, if applied to Australia, would have covered an area from Melbourne, up the entire east coast, across to Darwin and then back again. The Russian House Victims of Chernobyl National Relief Fund Inc, established in 1990, is a voluntary organization of concerned Australians from all walks of life.

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