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Budget 2018: A win for Katherine Zappone and Tusla

A 5.7 per cent increase on last year’s budget allocation for Tusla, which stood at €37 million

10th October, 2017

Another win for Zappone, her Department and, this year in particular, Tusla.

Tusla, the state’s child and family agency, received a €40 million boost in funding to pay for mandatory reporting of child abuse concerns, its family resource centres and out of hours supports.

This amounts to a 5.7 per cent increase on last year’s budget allocation for Tusla, which stood at €37 million.

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