National Media Briefing

Aid workers witness increasing violence in the Congo, an employment charity faces closure and schoolchildren get philanthropic

Médecins Sans Frontières staff working on projects in the town of Rutshuru in the Congo will remain there despite Tutsi rebels forcing others to flee the area.
See Reuters for full story

ActionAid has suspended operations in the city of Goma in the Democratic Republic of Congo as rebel violence increases.
See Sky News for full story

Myeloma UK is among three cancer charities to have launched a campaign urging Nice, the medicine watchdog, and Celgene, the manufacturer of a new cancer drug, to make the drug available to NHS patients.
See Guardian.co.uk for full story

A Lesotho orphanage has claimed it has yet to receive funds promised by Prince Harry's Sentebale charity.
See Times Online for full story

Scottish businessman Ian Wood has encouraged philanthropy among schoolchildren by offering money for pupils to donate to their selected charities.
See BBC News for full story

A Scottish employment charity for people with mental health problems has claimed it faces closure.
See News.Scotsman.com for full story

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