National media briefing: Best Beginnings, Project Scotland, the Royal National Children's Foundation and Save the Children

Charities in today's national news

National media briefing
National media briefing

The Best Beginnings charity has produced a DVD to help parents and clinicians care for babies born prematurely.

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Policies aimed at helping jobless youngsters should be extended to all those aged under 30 who do not have a job, the Project Scotland charity has suggested.

See Press Association for full story

Local authorities are being urged to part-sponsor pupils to attend state and private boarding schools across the UK as part of a new drive, led by a coalition of charities including the Royal National Children’s Foundation, to stop troubled children going off the rails.

See The Daily Telegraph for full story

Aid charities, including Save the Children, have welcomed Britain's involvement in a scheme to help poor African farmers gain access to cutting-edge agricultural technology.

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