BUSAN, South Korea -- Busan city has decided to expand the children care service to decrease the parenting burden of double-income families and to increase jobs of the elderly.
Busan to Expand Child Care Services
BUSAN, South Korea — Busan city has decided to expand the children care service to decrease the parenting burden of double-income families and to increase jobs of the elderly.
The children care service is conducted for working couples who have children from a three-month-old baby to a twelve-year-old children or disabled parents.
The project is operated by twelve government agencies including the healthy family support center and the comprehensive welfare center by dividing into the part-time and the full-time according to the income level.
The service time to take care of the elementary school students left after school is increased from 440 hours a year last year to 720 hours this year.
Source: Busan eFM News
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