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Mobile Creches for Working Mothers' Children

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New Delhi, Delhi NCR

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Duration: Weeks

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Hours/Week

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About the NGO

Mobile Creches for Working Mothers aims to build a just and caring world which enables young children of marginalized and mobile population to develop into competent and confident individuals.

Ms. Sumitra Mishra, the Executive Director of Mobile Creches has twenty years of work experience ranging from grassroots direct practice, rural, urban poor and urban contexts, programme delivery and partnerships, grant management, fund raising and communications, research and advocacy, and organisation development.

She has a focus on development, establishing linkages between local resources, community embedded programmes and effectiveness measured in terms of poverty reduction and increased participation by stakeholders. .

Number of children provided with supplementary nutrition - 25 Number of exposure visits of children done for practical learning - 30

The first Mobile Creche was set up in 1969 at a construction site in Delhi to provide basic care for children of migrant workers. Early Child care is a preventive strategy that enables the young child to blossom, the older sibling to go to school and the mother to work.

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