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save-the-children-signage-is-pictured-outside-a-high-street-branch-of-picture-id919278340?s=612x612&profile=RESIZE_400xCharity has made ‘significant steps’ to improve safeguarding and can now apply for government funds two years on from withdrawal

The charity Save the Children can resume bids for government funding after it withdrew form the process two years ago over a sexual misconduct scandal.

The charity, one of the largest British recipients of government funding, receiving £139 m in 2017, had taken “significant steps” to improve safeguarding and now meets government standards, the Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office confirmed on Thursday.


The Guardian

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