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Indianapolis Rotary Club Presentation by Victor Kubik

  ROTARY WELCOMES VICTOR KUBIK, FOUNDER, LIFENETS INTERNATIONAL, JULY 19 Join us Tuesday to hear from Victor Kubik the Founder of LifeNets International. A little over 20 years ago, Victor founded LifeNets specifically to help children victims of the Chernobyl nuclear disaster. Since then, LifeNets has raised and sent more than $1 million to support […]

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Tractor for Ghana

June 24, 2022 A note of thanks from Paul Moody about the fulfilment of the Ghana Tractor Project that LifeNets was happy to facilitate: Hello friends and supporters of the Ghana tractor project! I have good news. After a lengthy period of searching through used tractors, we have recently purchased a decent unit for use […]

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Troubling Report from Western Ukraine June 14, 2022 from Vlad Yurishko

June 17, 2022 Western Ukraine was our safer part of the county in this war, however, the Russians are beginning indiscriminate shelling in the Carpathian Mountains.  Our LifeNets support team has been helping people here also.  Many have left.  There is no work.  No money, little food.  Uncertainty in their personal lives as the Russians […]

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Clermont Sun May 20, 2022

Click on the link for full story. https://bit.ly/LifeNetsUkraine2022 The Clermont Sun (Ohio) newspaper reports about LifeNets, a Batavia, OH organization making a personal difference in Ukraine. It gives historical and current perspectives along with summary coverage of current LifeNets International humanitarian engagement in Ukraine and a historical perspective of original relief efforts related to the […]

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Progess report on school in Nalubanda, Zambia

May 8, 2022 The attached was taken at the new LifeNets Nalubanda school with pupils on the last day of school before their two-week break. Now that the rains are finished the locals are making bricks for the teacher’s cottages. On the Sabbath, the local congregation meets in this building Read an earlier report from […]

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