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Tolik in Ukraine helped

LifeNets chooses to help people who are in deep poverty and have suffered additional misfortune.  We are helping this family of 12 in Ukraine who has 10 children and live in two rooms. Their father, Tolik, had a growth on his brain that caused the loss of use of one arm and one leg. He […]

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Helping in Khust, Ukraine

Vladislav Yurishko and a young adults group in Khust, Ukraine have been helping disadvantaged people in their community from 2016 to 2018.  They have helped in the town of Khust and in the village of Kriva Here are some photos and descriptions of their activity.  Financing in large part has been provided by LifeNets. Vladislav […]

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Chernobyl Van Delivered!

Finally!  On March 16, 2018 the van that LifeNets pledged to donate to the “Revival” Centre for disabled children in Chernihev, Ukraine has been delivered to its founder and director Dr. Vasyl Pasichnyk. A big THANK YOU to all who have brought this project (that has been three years in the making) to a successful completion!  The […]

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“Beverly Hall” at the Revival Centre in Ukraine

Beverly Kubik was honored at Chernihev, Ukraine’s “Revival” Centre for her work with the rehabilitation post-Chernobyl children. The Center is located about 30 miles due east of the infamous reactor that exploded on April 26, 1986 and has caused untold misery for Ukrainian and Belorussian children.  An area of the center was named  “Beverly Hall”  More fully […]

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Chernobyl Disaster Spawns Online Humanitarian Effort in Indianapolis

Chernobyl Disaster Spawns Online Humanitarian Effort in Indianapolis 4/28/2006 The mission of The Hoosier Coefficient, which appears on ePrairie every Thursday, is to profile the often-overlooked rich technology development and commercialization in Indiana. The Hoosier state is home to four of the top technology research and engineering universities in the nation and tech pros ignore […]

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