Belarus You can read about the activities of the Profuturum Association in Belarus below: The president of the Profuturum Association meets with Minister of Foreign Affairs Vladimir Makei. During the meeting, they discussed the Belarusian government’s main problems with eliminating the results of the Chernobyl Disaster in Belarus. Minsk 2016. Working meeting with the head of the Department for the Liquidation of the Effects of the Chernobyl Disaster in the Ministry for Emergency Situations. During the meeting, the participants discussed possibilities for activities in the Belarusian Zone. Minsk 2016. Commemorative photo. Minsk 2016. Entrance to the Belarusian Exclusion Zone. The Chernobyl Power Station as seen from the Belarusian side. 2016. An experimental horse breeding farm located in the closed zone. Upon leaving the zone, we must to undergo a dosimetric inspection. 2015. During our trip, we visited the National Centre for Radiation Medicine (hospital), where people living in areas affected by the Chernobyl Disaster are treated. Gomel 2016. The director of the facility, who guided us around the hospital. Gomel 2016. Thyroid screening tests are regularly conducted at the hospital. Gomel 2016. Official visit by members of the Association and the laying of a wreath at the monument commemorating the Chernobyl Disaster. 2016. A visit to the National Radiological Institute. During the meeting, we learnt about the research that has been conducted here for many years: helping remove radioactive isotopes from the soil and plants grown in it. 2016. Visit to a dairy factory involved in the production of milk, cheese, yoghurt and other products. In the picture: the director of the factory. The cheese production line at the dairy factory. It is extremely important to monitor milk coming from areas affected by the disaster. Meeting with the managerial staff of the dairy plant and tasting products. Meeting with the director of the department responsible for eliminating the effects of the Chernobyl Disaster, who was awarded a medal by the President of Belarus, Aleksander Lukashenka. Gomel 2017. Meeting with the liquidators, people directly involved in eliminating the effects of the Chernobyl Disaster. Their extremely interesting stories have been recorded and are available to members of the association and other interested people and organisations. Meeting with the management of the museum dedicated to the disaster at the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant. 2017. One of the huts located in the contaminated areas. A visit to a traditional Belarusian family. Khoyniki 2017. Traditional Slavic hospitality. During this unique meeting, we had the opportunity to speak with ordinary residents about the day-to-day problems affecting the local community. Khoyniki 2017. A visit to one of the primary schools located in an area affected by the Chernobyl Disaster. The school sponsors interest clubs where children can learn how to use a spectrometer to check whether food is safe for consumption. 2017. Interview with the school staff. 2017. Interview with Belarusian television. 2016. In areas affected by the Chernobyl Disaster, various projects have been created to stimulate economic activity and activate local residents. One of them is this recently created solar farm. 2016.