Figures show fertility treatment less successful for ethnic minority patients

People from ethnic minority backgrounds undergoing fertility treatment are less likely to have a baby, with Black patients having the lowest chances of successful treatment, according to a new report published today.

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Children’s charity calls on public to take part in Young Carers Action Day

A children’s charity says young carers returning to school this week are more likely to have fallen behind in their studies than some of their peers, after juggling home schooling with caring over multiple lockdowns.

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10 since the start of the Syria crisis, children describe the lasting horrors

Thousands of schools have been bombed and damaged or destroyed in the ten years of crisis in Syria, and many teachers and pupils have been killed. One in three schools in Syria are now out of use, and more than a third of all children – 2.4 million – are still out of school.

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Charity’s church partners empower poor communities during pandemic

The global impact of the Covid-19 pandemic threatens to push between 119 and 124 million more people into extreme poverty.

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#BackToSchool campaign launched with information for parents and pupils

The government has launched its #BackToSchool campaign to reassure parents and students that schools and colleges are ready for their return on March 8.

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