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Supporting Women’s Employment through Institutional Collaboration on Early Childhood Care and Education
Supporting Women’s Employment through Institutional Collaboration on Early Childhood Care and Education

This report is intended to build the foundation for a solid policy dialogue between care-sector stakeholders in Turkey through a comprehensive market overview as well as being a compilation of best national and global practices. Three proposed childcare practices presented in the report aim to provide guidance on available service-provision options for private sector companies, municipalities and trade unions, including a detailed analysis of innovative ways to work in partnership to leverage existing financial and non-financial resources and to mobilise additional resources for childcare. Both the challenges and opportunities attached to these three practices are conducive to formulating policy recommendations that the EBRD and the ILO intend to act on in steering multi-stakeholder discussions. Furthermore, the proposed options for private sector companies and for municipalities are envisaged to be implemented with technical support from the EBRD and the ILO, with a view to incorporating the lessons learned from the pilot into policy dialogue processes. In the shorter term, this report also aims to provide a basis for the development of investor guidelines that the EBRD will design to help national and international childcare investors to expand childcare delivery in Turkey.

 

 

Research File
PDF - English (3.38 MB)
PDF - Turkish (3.35 MB)