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Women, work and the need for child care

Women, work and the need for child care

opportunities for programmatic collaboration : a review of UNICEF-supported programmes in Nepal, Ecuador and Ethiopia

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Published by UNICEF in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Women -- Social conditions -- Nepal.,
  • Women -- Social conditions -- Ecuador.,
  • Women -- Social conditions -- Ethiopia.,
  • Child care -- Nepal.,
  • Child care -- Ecuador.,
  • Child care -- Ethiopia.,
  • Nepal.,
  • Ecuador.,
  • Ethiopia.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementedited by Cassie Landers and Ann Leonard.
    SeriesUNICEF staff working papers -- no. 10
    ContributionsLanders, Cassie., Leonard, Ann., UNICEF.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination89 p. ;
    Number of Pages89
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL20747896M
    ISBN 109280610767
    OCLC/WorldCa123403643

    Beyond the basic needs, in order to become functioning members of society, children need support in developing and learning important and useful skills. Social skills. Children develop into people who must live and work with others. For this they need to learn the rules of society. They need to be able to communicate their ideas and desires. a. women do the lion's share of housework and care work, and they are concentrated in certain paid occupational areas. b. men and women tend to split labor equally, whether at home or at work. c. women have learned to perform tasks traditionally done by men in the workplace, but they continue to perform most housework and care work.

      It’s also about sexism against women. The greater the fear of men in caring professions, the more women are left to shoulder the responsibility of care work. If women experienced equality in all professions, then perhaps they wouldn’t regard child care as their exclusive domain, and wouldn’t feel threatened by the participation of men.   Childcare workers need to work well with people in order to develop good relationships with parents, children, and colleagues. Patience. Childcare workers need to be able to respond calmly to overwhelming and difficult situations. Physical stamina. Working with children can be physically demanding, so childcare workers should have a lot of -level education: High school diploma or equivalent.

    We work alongside communities, governments and partner organizations at many levels to address all aspects of basic education. Drawing strength from our global reach, decades of experience, extensive education portfolio and partnerships, we develop innovative learning solutions and provide educators with the knowledge and skills necessary to fulfill everyone’s need to learn.   The Care Index released by the New America Foundation and shared an increasingly troubling cost profile of child care right now. The national average for at-home care .


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Child care challenges have become a barrier to work, especially for mothers, who disproportionately take on unpaid caregiving responsibilities when their family cannot find or afford child care. work due to a lack of reliable child Furthermore, a majority of Black women and Latinas reported that “reliable child care when you need it,” “high quality, in-home child care,” “high quality child care center in your neighborhood or near work,” and “affordable child care.

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2 Center for American Progress | Child Care Child care • In most U.S. families, all of the adults than one-in-three children today have a full-time, stay-at-home parent.4 Inonly a generation ago, more than half of all children had a stay-at-home parent—usually the Size: 69KB.

But a dearth of affordable and accessible child-care options leaves higher education and its accompanying benefits out of reach for many low-income women.

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