When “Chernobyl Aid Ireland” first started working in Grozovo the conditions were horrendous but orphanage has plenty of land. So Chernobyl Aid Ireland came up with idea to help Grozovo to become self sufficient. The farm was developed. The cow house was refurbished, the milking parlour installed, six cows were purchased. The food was provided to see them through winter. Very large farm building (shed) was imported from Ireland and erected by Irish volunteers. State of the art chicken house was also imported from Ireland, put in the place and filled with hens, purchased by Irish people. The piggery was totally refurbished to comply with Belarusian standards and the pigs were put in place and the food was provided as well. Water main was run from the school to the farm and all of it was done by Irish volunteers. The area round the farm was all fenced by electric fence. Automatic water troughs were put in place in the fields and in the cow house.