ISLAMABAD, (APP): Punjab Women Development Department (PWDD) was poised to set up as many as 82 new daycare centres in various cities of the province to facilitate 1,100 children of working women.
According to an official, the project would be completed at the cost of Rs 109 million.
He said the government would ensure the socio-economic development of women by taking further steps for the protection of their rights.
He said the Women Development Department has already established 250 daycare centres to ensure better care of children and to facilitate working women. The centres had helped create over 1,000 job opportunities.
Over 10,000 children and 7,500 families were benefiting from these centres, he added.
This daycare centre comprises of learning hall, infant area, toddlers area, wide corridor, pantry, mothers’ feeding area all equipped with CCTV camera system, fire alarm system and air conditioning system along with well-decorated furniture and other facilities having an attraction for the kids between three months to four years of age.
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