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Training Courses for Prospective Foster Carers

Aġenzija Appoġġ will be holding training courses for prospective foster carers in the coming weeks.

Fostering’s aim is to offer stability to those children who, for various reasons, cannot currently live with their natural families.

Thanks to fostering, children and adolescents who are having difficulties within their family of origin will have the opportunity to experience a

family environment that can give them the love and the security that they need.

For further information the general public may visit www.appogg.gov.mt


contact Aġenzija Appoġġ on 2295 9000 or by e-mail on appogg@gov.mt.


Foundation for Social Welfare Services – 2 Braille Street Santa Venera SVR 1690             


Agenzija Sedqa                                    Agenzija Sapport                                 Agenzija Appogg

Tel: 2388 5110                                     Tel: 2145 1868                                     Tel: 2295 9000

www.sedqa.gov.mt                             www.sapport.gov.mt                           www.appogg.gov.mt

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