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A Chernobyl Children Christmas tradition creates magic at Dublin Airport and across Ireland

17 Dec 2018


President of Ireland, Michael D. Higgins to welcome children to Áras an Uachtaráin with Adi Roche and Ali Hewson on following day, Wednesday. On TUESDAY, […]


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CCI's Cardiac Programme is due to touch down this weekend

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Despite increased tensions and martial law in Ukraine, Irish charity’s cardiac surgeons determined to volunteer to save the lives of gravely ill babies and children

4 Dec 2018


“We cannot abandon the children we have promised to help and will do everything in our power to guarantee a safe-passage for our volunteer surgeons” […]


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At just 11 years old, Inga has had a very difficult childhood

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No child should be raised in a bleak, uncaring institution.

28 Nov 2018


From a young age Inga and her three little siblings were abused and neglected by their  parents. After years of physical, psychological torment and starvation, […]


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Ambassador Sergei Aleinik bestows Adi Roche with a certficiate of distinction

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Charity Founder, Adi Roche, honoured with prestigious Belarusian Award for her ‘outstanding’ work with three generations of Chernobyl victims

13 Nov 2018


; The Belarusian Government has bestowed a Certificate of Distinction on Irish humanitarian, Adi Roche, for her ‘outstanding role in rehabilitating Chernobyl children’ through the […]


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My Legacy Week 18

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CCI pay tribute to ‘extra special’ gifts that leave a lasting legacy of hope

24 Oct 2018


Ahead of ‘My Legacy Week’, which runs from 29 October, Adi Roche’s Chernobyl Children International (CCI) have spoken out about the powerful impact legacy gifts […]


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Marina doing her homework

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Marina is putting her new life-skills to good use!

16 Aug 2018


In institutional care, children and young adults have no access to education, further inhibiting their ability to break the cycle of incarceration. Some of the […]


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Igor taking a suft lesson during his first time braving the sea

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Igor ‘dives in at the deep end’ to reach major milestone with loving support from Irish volunteers

18 Jul 2018


17-year-old Igor Shadkov has, this week, reached a major milestone in his personal development in Castlebar, Co. Mayo.  Thanks to the nurturing care of his […]


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Mary Lou McDonald gives joyful send-off to Chernobyl children as they are treated to a health-boosting, made-to-measure tour of Ireland’s Ancient East

5 Jul 2018


Dualway Transport share the beauty and clean air of Wicklow Mountains with Chernobyl Children On Thursday, 5th July, Sinn Fein Leader and Dublin-native, Mary Lou […]


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3-part series on Chernobyl launches on RTE 6.1 News

26 Jun 2018


Over the next 3 days, tune in to the RTE 6.1 News and Morning Ireland on RTE Radio 1 to see and hear the reality […]


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As Global Warming directly impacts Chernobyl forest fires, Adi Roche speaks of relief as 145 Chernobyl children arrive in Ireland from the heart of the radiation zones

26 Jun 2018


A group of 145 special needs children from orphanages and homes in the Chernobyl affected regions of Belarus, flies into Shannon Airport today [Wednesday, 27th […]


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