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Uploaded on Nov 21, 2011

Todavía muchos lugares siguen sufriendo las consecuencias de la catástrofe de Chernóbil, entre estas zonas esta Liuban, al sur de Minsk, donde viven Vika y Aloana.
Desde Chernóbil, una nube de vapor, cargada con partículas radioactivas, viajó desde Ucrania para aposentarse definitivamente en muchas zonas de Bielorrusia. La comida cultivada allí sigue estando contaminada, así como la leche que no puede ser tomada por los niños al tener altos índices de radiación, pero las personas que habitan estos lugares se ven obligados a seguir cultivando sus tierras para poder alimentarse.
Apartar temporalmente a los niños que pueblan estas zonas es el objetivo de varias hermandades se Sevilla que buscan familias para alojarlos durante el verano, ya que
el tiempo que estos niños salen fuera es beneficioso para su salud y su desarrollo, prolongando la vida al depurar su organismo en un ambiente no contaminado.
Una de estas familias solidarias son los Praena Segovia que desde hace 5 años acogen a Vika y Aloana; totalmente integradas en la familia han aprendido la lengua y las costumbres españolas en esos 40 días de verano andaluz.

Many places still suffering the consequences of the Chernobyl nuclear disaster, Vika and Aloana live in one of these places.
From Chernobyl, a vapor cloud with radioactive particles traveled from Ukraine to settle permanently in many areas of Belarus. The food that is cultivated there continues contaminated and children can not drink milk due to the high levels of radioactivity.
Keep children temporarily away is the target of several brotherhoods in Seville, who seek families to host them during the summer, because as long as these children leave out is beneficial to their health and development by prolonging life when clearing their bodies in a unpolluted environment.
One of these families are solidary Praena Segovia, who welcome Vika and Aloana for five years. They are fully integrated in the family and learned the Spanish language and customs in their 40 days Andalusian summer.

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