Derbyshire foster families needed for refugee children
0 Have your say Derbyshire residents who can provide a loving home for unaccompanied asylum seeking and refugee children are being urged to contact the county council.
The authority last week approved plans to support the government’s new national transfer scheme, which is designed to ensure an equal distribution of unaccompanied asylum seeking and refugee children (UASC) across the country from areas including Syria, Afghanistan and Eritrea.
The county council will receive funding for each UASC transferred to Derbyshire directly from the government and is now appealing for foster carers... read more
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