Publish a national "best practice guide" on day- care and creche
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The drop out rate of young women from the organized sector is high; primarily due to lack of proper child care facilities at work place. Young mothers have to either depend on nannies or family network and support to pursue their careers. Many highly qualified women are forced to leave their jobs due to lack of reliable and consistent support system. Though the Government of India has launched Anganwadis they primarily serve the rural population.
There is no standard published guide for high quality day care centers in the urban areas which houses a large population of working women. We propose:
- To develop a national Best Practice Guide on Day Care and Creches that enables establishment of standards for setting up international quality creches.
- Partner with concerned Government Agencies and Corporate Houses to build an international quality "model creche" by 2018. It will be piloted in Gurgaon.
- Replicate this model in other areas where there is a high density of working women.
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