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The global childcare crisis is recognized in almost every nation of the world. In addition, the UN predicts that 1 billion women will enter the workforce over the next decade, compounding the childcare crisis exponentially. So, take your time, look around, and learn all there is to know about the problem and the solution of Momni.
Please take a moment to consider being a part of the solution.
"We would give the children a small dose of opium so that they would sleep for eight to 10 hours." confessed a spokeswoman interviewed about her dire lack of childcare.
Lack of access to childcare can make going to work impossible. "Things are bad, some people leave their children in the streets alone when they are just eight months old."
Robots are being tested out at nurseries in Japan to plug the country’s early years recruitment crisis, which has seen demand for childcare places outstrip supply.
To put into perspective, the scope and abundance of children, 5 and under, left alone daily... 35M+ is more than all the under 5s in all of Europe!!
Mothers are hesitant to share their struggle with childcare that leads to doping, tying children to trees or tables in loving attempts to keep them safe.
A mother shares her story, that is all too common, of smashing up prescription meds and adding them to her child's juice to induce long sleep while she must leave to work.
Cost is an additional challenge for parents, as well. Even when openings are available, child care often eats up 20 to 50 percent of county families’ incomes.
"We have more single parent households then we've ever had before in our society's history." "We have a lot of parents that don't have anywhere to take their children."
There's great financial strain on young parents who are just starting out. The average DC parent pays $22,658 for proper childcare compared to $20,403 for college.
Part of the childcare crisis is workers feeling underpaid and overworked. Momni is a free market system where providers set their own hours and their own rates.
"We have an increasingly service-based economy with non-standard hours. The child care sector hasn’t really caught up with the realities of hours parents are working "
“The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics projects that day care businesses will have some of the fastest employment growth of all industries through 2020.”
Your support and contributions will enable us to meet our goals and improve conditions. Your generous donation will fund our mission. (and all of us at Momni Foundation HQ will be jumping for joy!)