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Chernobyl Children's Life Line is a national charity which brings children to the North West for a four-week healthy holiday, and Sefton Link is the local branch which raises funds to bring them to the Sefton area.
Before moving to the UK Divyesh used to run a college and said he values the importance of youth and support five charities - including Chernobyl Children's Life Line and Brightside.
The 14 children are enjoying a range of activities and visits during their four-week stay, thanks to the Teesside link of the Chernobyl Children's Life Line.
The visit by ten Belarus youngsters was part of a monthlong trip to the Midlands, organised by Chernobyl Children's Life Line charity, to help boost their immune systems.
Bu hi hefyd yn cwrdd grwep o blant o Felarws oedd yn ymweld Sir Benfro, diolch i elusen 'Chernobyl Children's Life Line'.
3 CHERNOBYL Children's Life Line is still helping thousands of families affected by the disaster and offers recuperative breaks for sick children.
The visit is just one activity in the children's month-long visit to Blaengarw organised by the Mid Glamorgan group of the charity, Chernobyl Children's Life Line.
Retired teacher Marjorie, 56, is chairman of the Perth Link of the charity Chernobyl Children's Life Line. She set up the group four years ago with husband Ken and friends Bill and Alison McGregor.
The 21 youngsters, who are aged between eight and 13-years-old, are staying with host families across the borough as part of a special visit organised by the Chernobyl Children's Life Line charity.
Charities such as the Chernobyl Children's Life Line are responsible for organising these trips.
The South Pembrokeshire branch of the Chernobyl Children's Life Line raised enough funds to bring four boys and six girls from villages in the Zhytomyr district of northern Ukraine - an area where concentrations of radiation still pose a threat to health.