Over 50 percent of Ukrainian refugee children in Poland are not enrolled in any school, UNICEF and the UNHCR have reported.
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Wanting to encourage more people to open their homes and hearts to foster children, 50 residents will receive a handcrafted doll resembling the novel's iconic red-haired protagonist, Anne.
A report issued by the Progress in International Reading Literacy Study has ranked Polish school pupils as joint top in the EU and fifth in the world in reading comprehension.
The project will see 8,000 shoes – most of which belonged to children – undergo a state-of-the-art conservation process aimed at slowing down their decay.
VIDEO: The operations, two oncological and one on a urinary tract defect, were carried out by a French-Polish team at the hospital’s University Clinical Centre (UCK) on three girls aged four, six and 17.
Poland and the European Commission (EC) are launching an initiative aimed at repatriating Ukrainian children abducted by Russia.
Polish schools and kindergartens now have 187,900 Ukrainian children and young people in their ranks, data sent to PAP by the Ministry of National Education show.
The five babies were welcomed into the world at the city's University Hospital on Sunday through a caesarean section in the 28th week of pregnancy.
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