Low-Income Families Get More Day Care for Their Kids
Mimi Jo, July 26, 2017, 9:39 a.m.
The annual time limit for public childcare programs for low-income families has been increased from 480 to 600 hours a year.
The Ministry of the Gender Equality and Family on Tuesday said it secured a W1.13 billion supplementary budget for more extensive day-care services (US$1=W1,117).
The program provides accredited nannies to visit and take care of children between three months and 12 years for families with a household income below 60 percent of median income.