In Sofia, Vice President Iliana Yotova and UNICEF Representative for Bulgaria Dr. Jane Muita have discussed problems of violence against children and prevention policies. Violence at school remains one of the main problems, according to the first..
Educational platform Knigovishte.bg has prepared a surprise for its young readers in Sofia, who today will be able to look for children's news hidden around the main alleys of the Zapaden Park, Borisova G radina , Yuzhen Park..
The symptoms of coronavirus infection in children are much milder. This was clarified to BNT by Prof. Svetlana Velizarova, head of the children's clinic at the Lung Hospital in Sofia. According to her, the virus has started to "rejuvenate" because of the..
The charity initiative "The Bulgarian Christmas", which is held every year in support of children in need of medical treatment, has supported this year another 53 children, the press office of the Bulgarian head of state who is the patron of the campaign..
The Bulgarian state has allocated BGN 52 million (just over EUR 26 million) to support families with children under 14 years of age. The aid is for parents who are on unpaid leave to take care of their children after schools switched to online leaning..
The virus is now spreading in kindergartens and in schools. Not only does the virus spread more easily but its symptoms are reminiscent of an ordinary cold – stuffed nose, throat irritation, coughing, Chief State Health Inspector, Assoc. Prof. Angel..
The last Wednesday in February is known as Pink Shirt Day and raises public awareness to the problem of bullying at school. "Bullying is one of the emotional manifestations in the relationship between students, and in school there are many other..
Dairy products - yogurt, cheese and yellow cheese, as well as meat, which are offered in kindergartens and school canteens must be produced according to Bulgarian state standard. Organic food can also be offered to children. This is envisaged in..
More than 940,000 euros have been raised by the Bulgarian Christmas initiative until February. This was reported at the meeting between Bulgaria's President Rumen Radev and the Expert Council of the charity initiative, which is held under the..
Is it possible for teenagers to be curious and excited about the world without a mobile phone and the Internet? It turns out that this is possible. And for those children who don't think so, it's enough to visit one of the “Observatory for Ideas” camps..