The State Partnership for Accountability, Responsiveness and Capability (SPARC) is the main governance programme of the Department for International Development (DFID) in Nigeria. SPARC commenced in 2008 and runs through until 2015. Its overall purpose is to enhance the[...] Date Posted: 09 Jan 2014
Felsted Aid for Deprived Children was formed in 2001 and became a registered charity in October 2003. In 2009 the charity took the working
name of UK-AID.
The founders are Alan Hilliar and Pauline Craven.
On April 26, 1986, the world witnessed the costliest accident in history.
The Chernobyl disaster has been called the biggest social-economic catastrophe in peacetime history. 50% of the area of Ukraine is in some way contaminated. Over 200,000 people had to be evacuated and resettled while 1.7 million people were directly affected by the disaster. The death toll attributed to Chernobyl, including people who died from cancer years later, is estimated at 125,000 and rising. The total costs including cleanup, resettlement, and compensation to victims have been estimated to be roughly $200 Billion. The cost of a new steel shelter for the Chernobyl nuclear plant will cost $2 billion alone. The accident was officially attributed to power plant operators who violated plant procedures and were ignorant of the safety requirements needed.
Today, in 2012, thousands of children are still affected with cancers, tumours, leukaemia, cerebral palsy, neurological problems and many hereditary diseases.
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