A share of £1.97 million will be allocated to 16 organisations to support women experiencing reproductive health issues in the workplace.
The government has announced that £1.97 million has been awarded to support women experiencing reproductive health issues in the workplace. The award will be shared between 16 charities following successful applications to this year’s Voluntary, Community and Social Enterprise Health and Wellbeing Fund.
The theme of the fund for 2022 to 2025 is women’s reproductive wellbeing in the workplace. It is hoped that this money will deliver on the commitments in the first Women’s Health Strategy for England by helping women who are experiencing or have experienced pregnancy, pregnancy loss, menopause, fertility problems and other gynaecological conditions to remain in and return to the workplace.