Family Day Care Village

Jun 6, 2017 | Case Studies, Employment, NSOS

Family Day Care Village Program Program empowers women from a refugee or migrant backgrounds to train for and own their own business while also accessing affordable housing. Newly arrived women face difficulties in accessing appropriate employment due to their family committments. This family day care program provides women with the skills and knowledge to develop their own family day care business which allows them to care for their own young children at the same time. Not only this, but the program provides them with a space to run their business as well as subsidised housing. The program has opened doors for many refugee and migrant women leading to sustainable employment.