Out-of-school care services for children living in disadvantaged areas

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5 Octobre 2008
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This report deals with out-of-school care for children of schoolgoing age (between the ages of five and 12 years) in disadvantaged areas. The provision of such care can facilitate women in entering and remaining in the workforce and make a substantial contribution to children’s welfare. In disadvRead more

This report deals with out-of-school care for children of schoolgoing age (between the ages of five and 12 years) in disadvantaged areas. The provision of such care can facilitate women in entering and remaining in the workforce and make a substantial contribution to children’s welfare. In disadvantaged areas, out-of-school care can contribute to tackling poverty and problem behaviour. An executive summary is available - see Related content.

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    TJ-30-07-102-EN-C
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    Out-of-school care services for children living in disadvantaged areas

    This report deals with out-of-school care for children of schoolgoing age (between the ages of five and 12 years) in disadvantaged areas. The provision of such care can facilitate women in entering and remaining in the workforce and make a substantial contribution to children’s welfare. In disadvantaged areas, out-of-school care can contribute to tackling poverty and problem behaviour. An executive summary is available.

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  • Executive summary

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    ef0752
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    Out-of-school care services for children living in disadvantaged areas - Executive summary

    Out-of-school care for children is a vital component of the economic and social development of any area; it plays a particularly crucial role in disadvantaged areas and for disadvantaged groups and households who live in otherwise advantaged areas. The provision of out-of-school care can help address the social, economic and health issues that such disadvantaged households face, and support the social integration of excluded groups. Read more in the report - see Related content.

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