News

  • 30.09.12

    Over the lifespan of the organization, CCRDF distributed a total of $64,350,000 worth of aid in Ukraine.

  • Children of Chornobyl Relief and Development Fund  Completes its Mission in Ukraine: In Final Months, $1,005,709 Worth of Aid Distributed

    Children of Chornobyl Relief and Development Fund Completes its Mission in Ukraine: In Final Months, $1,005,709 Worth of Aid Distributed

    30.09.12

    Before concluding its humanitarian mission and medical programs in Ukraine, CCRDF worked over the past several months to ensure that its commitment to programs and various on-going projects was either completed or passed to partner organizations.

  • CCRDF Hosts International Conference on Telemedicine: Connecting Ukraine to the Global Medical Network

    CCRDF Hosts International Conference on Telemedicine: Connecting Ukraine to the Global Medical Network

    10.05.12

    On November 21, 2011, CCRDF President and Chairman Dr. Zenon Matkiwsky announced the closing of CCRDF and the launch of the final program – telemedicine.  Since that date, all 11 select partner hospitals have been equipped with the necessary technology.  To supplement the final program, CCRDF organized and hosted a 2-day international conference on telemedicine in Kyiv, Ukraine.  CCRDF believes it is vital to not only provide the equipment but also to educate today’s medical professionals so that they may better familiarize themselves with current medical approaches to treating patients and to learn how to work with the sophisticated equipment procured for their respective hospitals

  • CCRDF Is “Closing its Doors” After 22 Years

    CCRDF Is “Closing its Doors” After 22 Years

    26.11.11

    November 21, 2011, Kyiv: The Children of Chornobyl Relief and Development Fund announced that on February 14, 2012 – exactly 22 years, to the day, since the organization began with its first medical airlift – the Fund will conclude its humanitarian mission and medical programs in Ukraine.