This comes after the consenting to of an arrangement between the International Finance Corporation and the Government on the improvement of a strategy and administrative structure that will prepare for quality and safe childcare administrations.
Clergyman for Women and Children, Mereseini Vuniwaqa says the arrangement follows a recent report by IFC that shows the need and hunger for reasonable, available and quality childcare administrations among working guardians in Fiji.
“In light of the discoveries of the examination, the Fijian Government made a brief move to build up a Taskforce on Early Childhood Care (ECC) Taskforce as a sub-council of the National Coordinating Committee on Children (NCCC). The Taskforce, drove by the Ministry is liable for improving the country’s ECC strategy structure to incorporate childcare administrations for kids younger than five (5) which is presently unregulated in Fiji.”
IFC Resident Representative, Deva De Silva has recognized Fiji for tending to the issue head-on.
“We might want to salute the Fijian Government for focusing on the improvement of early childcare. Which is relied upon to help and increment financial freedoms for working guardians in Fiji, reinforce the more extensive economy and above all improve results for kids now and into what’s to come.”
Working families and organizations in Fiji are set to profit by the advancement of a childcare strategy and administrative system that will prepare for quality and safe childcare administrations for youngsters younger than five, while likewise assisting with decreasing non-attendance and improve profitability.