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Description: The NACOSA OVC Community Systems Strengthening (NACOSA s OVC CSS) project will improve the wellbeing of families and their vulnerable children through comprehensive and coordinated evidence- based interventions that strengthen the capacity of families and communities to care for vulnerable children in sub districts and districts with high prevalence, high maternal mortality and a high number of OVC.
CRUCIAL services such as care for vulnerable children are in danger of collapse as massive cuts in council funding wipe almost quarter of a billion pounds off budgets across the North East this year, local authority leaders have warned.
He also saw Sentebale's new Mamohato Children's Centre, which will provide care for vulnerable children living with HIV.
We continue to roll out the highly innovative Integrated Family Support Services to bring specialist care for vulnerable children and parents.
Kirklees Council has teamed up with the rugby club to encourage supporters to volunteer to care for vulnerable children.
Promises of radical change have been common currency during the past decade, but despite the constant departure and arrival of chief officers and senior managers all promising to make a difference, the standard of care for vulnerable children in Birmingham is still officially classified as failing.
Kellogg Foundation applauds a new report issued yesterday by the Institute of Medicine (IOM) as an important step in improving access to oral health care for vulnerable children and families.
Charity Embarks on Pioneering Neuroscience Research to Revolutionise Care for Vulnerable Children