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09 April 2014
The Welsh Government has announced new funding to provide 10,000 free books to children living in the most disadvantaged parts of Wales.
 
13 March 2014
New laws to secure play opportunities for children across Wales willsoon come into force, Deputy Minister for Tackling Poverty, VaughanGething, will tell a leading conference on Play later today.
 
04 March 2014
A record 23,000 children living in Wales’ most deprived communities are benefitting from a flagship scheme that helps them have the right start in life, it was revealed today.
 
14 February 2014
The Welsh Government’s announced plans for an independent review intothe role and functions of the Children’s Commissioner for Wales today.
 
03 February 2014
A new funding package of more than a million pounds to develop play opportunities for children across Wales has been announced by the Welsh Government today.
 
23 January 2014
The success of a Welsh Government backed project in Caerphilly that is helping unemployed young people into work and training will be praised by the Deputy Minister when he visits the scheme today
 
16 January 2014
Vulnerable children in Wales will top the agenda when Vaughan Gething,Deputy Minister for Tackling Poverty, meets leading Welsh children’scharities today.
 
08 January 2014
Vaughan Gething will see forhimself the work of a multi-million pound scheme to help children fromthe poorest parts of Swansea have the right start in life when hevisits the city today.
 
12 December 2013
150 frontline staff from across Wales who help families in some of the most disadvantaged parts of the country will gather in Cardiff later for a special event.
 
05 December 2013
The Welsh Government has pledged to continue to improve the support it provides to children in the most disadvantaged parts of Wales.
 
02 December 2013
Deputy Minister for Tackling Poverty, Vaughan Gething, has visited Connah’s Quay today to celebrate construction work starting on the town’s new Flying Start centre.
 
29 November 2013
The Welsh Government remains committed to eradicating child poverty, the Deputy Minister for Tackling Poverty Vaughan Gething said today as a new report on the issue in Wales was released.
 
20 November 2013
Children and young people need the best start in life and the WelshGovernment is committed to placing children’s rights at the heart ofall it does, JeffCuthbert said today.
 
18 November 2013
Deputy Minister for Tackling Poverty, Vaughan Gething, has opened Flying Start centres in Brackla and Maesteg, Bridgend (on 14th Nov).
 
16 October 2013
A new evaluation report into the experiences of parents using the Welsh Government’s programme to help children in the most deprived areas of Wales has been published.
 
10 October 2013
The Welsh Government’s drive to help children in the most deprived areas of Wales is to receive an £11 million funding boost so that more families benefit from the free scheme.
 
04 October 2013
A Welsh Government funded project to help families in one of Holywell’s most deprived areas will be officially opened later by the Deputy Minister for Tackling Poverty, Vaughan Gething.
 
02 September 2013
The Welsh Government has given evidence to a UK wide commission settingout its unique approach to tackling child poverty and raising theeducational performance of children from the poorest households.
 
28 August 2013
Vaughan Gething will be visiting Merthyr Tydfil today to see how Welsh Government schemes are providing valuable support to families and children in the county’s most deprived areas.
 
22 August 2013
Deputy Minister for Tackling Poverty, Vaughan Gething, is visitingWelsh Government projects in Llanelli today that help families andcommunities in some of the town’s poorest areas.
 
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