The 31st Great Orchestra of Christmas charity (WOSP) finale in Warsaw brought to an end several weeks of countrywide fund-raising by WOSP volunteers, who collected donations for specialized medical equipment, mainly for children's hospitals.
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The Polish government has unveiled a new EUR 1-billion programme for child care it claims is the “largest” in Europe.
The rate of flu infections in children under 14 is clearly falling despite infections as a whole hitting their peak, a deputy health minister said on Tuesday.
Janusz Kowalski, an MP from Solidary Poland, an ally of the governing Law and Justice (PiS) party, has been reprimanded by the parliamentary ethics committee for statements he made referring to LGBT "ideology".
The Polish government has outlined plans to improve the care system that now looks after some 70,000 foster children in Poland.
UNICEF will contribute USD 20 million (PLN 100 million) to Poland’s 500+ child support programme to help Ukrainian refugee children.
Around 200,000 refugee children from Ukraine have been absorbed into the Polish education system, the country’s deputy education minister said on Wednesday.