In Kiev, Ukraine MIE is registered under the name of All Ukrainian Civil Beneficial Fund, Siloam . MIE works together with the Ukrainian Union of Free Churches in order to ensure that all aid is distributed fairly and correctly.
In the USA, MIE is registered in Orlando, Florida, as a non-profit making foundation under the name of Chernobyl Children Foundation with branch offices in Tulsa and Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, and in Springfield, Missouri.
1991Sept.: Michael Wallenberg travels to Kiev, to visit "The Free
Church of Ukraine". Oct.: A shipment of medicine valued at USD 143,000 was
transported to Kiev and the "Church Union". Nov.: A shipment of medicine valued at USD 143,000 was
transported to Kiev and the "Church Union". Dec.: Two shipments of medicine and one load of clothes, at a value
of USD 86,000 was transported to Kiev and the "Church Union".
1992Jan.: Michael Wallenberg made visits to various congregations, and
managed to collect a sum of USD 2,000. March: Transport with collected items: food, clothes, medical equipment
at a total of 20 ton. and one bus, was send to the "Church Union".
Total value USD 42,000. June: 30 tons of food was transported to Kiev. Total value USD 71,000. June: 6 persons visited various congregations to raise financial support
for the needy in Ukraine. Sept.: 18 handicap-wheelchairs and 1000 kg. of clothes was forwarded
to the Ukraine. Total value USD 3,000. Sept.: One truck transported clothes and kitchen equipment to Kiev.
Included were 64 boxes of vegetable seeds. Total value USD 86,000. Dec.: One bus transported 6 tons of food, clothes and medical
equipment to Kiev. Total value USD 8,000.
1993May: 6 tons of food and clothes was forwarded to Kiev.
Total value USD 14,000. July: 1000 kg. of medicine, clothes and food was driven to Kiev. Four nurses
went along to experience the present situation in the Ukraine.
Total value of consignment USD 42,000. . Aug.: 25 kids and 5 adults was invited to Sweden for summer camp.
Budget: USD 5,700. Aug.: One school-bus was bought. Value USD 1,700. Oct.: A consignment of clothes and medicine was forwarded to Kiev.
Value USD 1,000. Nov.: Food and medicine was send to Ukraine. Value USD 23,000. Dec.: Food and medicine was send to Ukraine. Value USD 21,000. Dec.: Transport with food was send to Ukraine. Value USD 19,500.
Michael Wallenberg visited Chernobyl's fire-brigade.
1994Feb.: A 30 ton transport arrived in Kiev and Chernobyl. Valued USD 86,700. Feb.: A delegation including the manager and the chief of the fire
department at Barsebäcks nuclear power station, and the radiation-
safety manager, Willy Mossum and Michael Wallenberg, visited the fire
department in Chernobyl. March: Mr. Wallenberg made a visit to the psychiatric clinic and the
alcohol clinic outside Lotikova. He also visited a kindergarten and
the "Church Union". July: 2,500 kg of humanitarian aid was sent to the clinics mentioned above.
Value USD 2,850. Aug.: Ivan Kovalchuk received medical treatment in Sweden. Costs USD 10,000. Dec.: Operation "Shoe box" of 4,500 Christmas presents and 6 tons of
food, was sent to Kiev.
1995April: 50 tons of relief was forwarded to Kiev. Value USD 96,000. April: A bus carrying 28 passengers and 6 tons of food went to
Kiev. Value USD 4,000. May: 11-year old Oxana receives medical help for treatment of cancer
at the University hospital of Malm–. Costs for operations
are USD 18,571. June: 16 Chernobyl-children, with 4 adults went on summer camp in
Sweden. Costs USD 15,000. July: 20 Chernobyl-children, with 4 adults, were able to stay in hospital
accommodations in Sweden. Costs USD 15,000. Aug.: 17 persons are taken on a field trip to Kiev. Sept.: 15 year-old, cancer ill, Irina receives medical treatment in Poland.
Costs USD 3,570. Sept.: 700 families living within the closed zone at Chernobyl and the
hospital, receives 15 tons of clothes and medical equipment.
Value USD 76,000. Sept.: Swedish journalists are invited to see Chernobyl. Oct.: A bus carrying 19 passengers,3 tons of medical equipment and
medicine, arrived in Kiev. Value USD 7,000. Nov.: 20 tons of food, clothes and medicine were transported to Kiev.
Value USD 28,500. Dec.: 20 ton of clothes and Christmas presents for the children in
Ukraine and relief for the families living inside the closed zone
in Chernobyl arrives in at its destination. Value USD 12,500.
1996Jan.: Fire chiefs from Chernobyl, visited fire departments in the south
of Sweden. Jan.: One truck with collected medical equipment was transported to Kiev
Value USD 75,000. Jan.: A transport, containing medicine, children clothes and toys went
to Kiev. Value USD 8,600. March: Michael Wallenberg and our doctor Bengt Johansson travel to Kiev,
to visit hospitals. March: 11 year-old, cancer ill, Ruslan is being operated in Sweden.
Cost USD 22,000. March: Hospital equipment and clothes were transported to Kiev.
Value USD 20,000. April: Protective equipment arrived to the fire men in Chernobyl.
Value USD 72,000. April: A medical team, a media crew (Channel 9) and Chiefs from the Orlando
Fire department arrive in Kiev with humanitarian aid (communications-
equipment for the fire-men). Value USD 71,500. April: Mission in East received a building in Kiev, without charge,
for the purpose of setting up a medical clinic. April: Our documentary about Chernobyl (The Scream from the Zone) was shown
on Swedish television. TV-1, on March 20 and on two more occasions.
It was also bought by the Finnish television. May: A delegation from USA that visited Kiev, decided to support our work
with material, doctors and nurses for the clinic, without charge. June: A 40 ft. container with medicine and hospital equipment was sent from
Branson to Kiev. Value 123.000 USD. July: 30 children from Chernobyl spent 3 weeks in Motala-Sweden. July: 19 children from the fire brigade in Ukraine came to Sweden
to spend some time with Swedish firemen and their families. Aug.: Urgent transport to the oncological clinic for children in Kiev,
with two tons of food and medicine as well as 6 tons of food to the
people in the closed zone in Chernobyl.
Value 40.000 USD. Sept.: Two trucks with food, clothes and hospital equipment arrived in Kiev.
Value 30.000 USD. Sept.: A container was sent off from USA with hospital equipment and medicine.
Value 76.900 USD. Oct.: Michael Wallenberg brought the burned Yaroslav to USA to get free
treatment. Cost for the treatment valued at 300.000 USD. Oct.: Swedish and American contractors reviewed final details of clinic. Nov.: Three year old burned Valeriya came to Malmoe for diagnosis, but treatment
in Sweden would be too expensive. Fortunately, she was accepted
for free treatment by the Florida Hospital in USA, and was taken there.
Cost for the treatment valued at 200.000 USD. Dec.: One truck with winter-clothes and 5000 Christmas presents (Operation
Shoe box) went to Kiev and was distributed to children's hospital and homes. Value 20.000 USD.
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