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Image caption Free sanitary products are being made available in Welsh schools. More than 141,000 girls in all Welsh primary and secondary schools will be given access to free sanitary products under Welsh Government plans. Ministers have set up a £2.3m grant for councils to fund the scheme. The move aims to tackle period poverty - where young women and girls find it too expensive to buy sanitary items. It follows similar moves to roll out free products at secondary schools in England , and to offer them to patients in the Welsh NHS . Campaigners say young women and girls find themselves missing school because they cannot afford the items. Mark Drakeford announced the cash, to be made avai... Full story

13 April

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