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The number of people at risk from neglected tropical diseases (NTDs) has fallen by 20 per cent over the past five years, according to figures revealed at the World Health Organization NTD Summit in Geneva.
The figures also show that as part of their treatment for NTDs, nearly a billion people were given drugs in 2015.
The World Health Organization (WHO) was reporting on progress made towards the 2012 London Declaration, in which a group of non-governmental organisations, private...
Posted on: 28/04/2017 Categories:
We are so excited to be celebrating the 30th Anniversary of Payroll Giving. Over the next 12 months we will be working with our corporate partners to deliver exciting events to celebrate their employees' commitment to this fantastic scheme. Since payroll giving launched in 1987 it has raised £2 billion. This charitable movement has grown each year and the UK saw Payroll Givers raise £130 million last year alone. If you would like to find out more about setting up a scheme, or, to begin...
Posted on: 05/04/2017 Categories: Charity News
British Heart Foundations annual Heart Hero Awards 2017 are now open for nominations.
These awards recognise and celebrate the exceptional contribution that their supporters, fundraisers, volunteers and partners who have made and exceptional contribution to their fight for every heartbeat.
Nominate your heart hero in one of the categories and they could win an award in 2017.
They are looking for exceptional supporters, fundraisers, volunteers and partners who have made...
Posted on: 23/01/2017 Categories: Charity News
It is important to make sure that your baby is a comfortable temperature – not too hot or too cold. The chance of SIDS is higher in babies who get too hot.
A room temperature of 16-20°C, with light bedding or a lightweight well-fitting baby sleep bag that is comfortable and safe for sleeping babies.
It can be difficult to judge the temperature in the room, so use a room thermometer in the rooms where your baby sleeps and plays. A simple room thermometer is available from...
Posted on: 14/01/2017 Categories: Charity News
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