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Supporting Registered Employment of Women through Institutional Childcare Services (INST-CARE)

Action /Activity:

Action I: Employment
Activity I.II Promoting Employment and Employability

Title of the Operation:

Supporting Registered Employment of Women through Institutional Childcare Services (INST-CARE))

Operation Number:


Implementation Period:


Operation Beneficiary:

Social Security Institution (SSI)

Website / Social Media Accounts:

Interventions and Estimated Results:

The operation will be implemented in seven provinces (Ankara, Antalya, Bursa, Elazığ, İzmir, İstanbul and Malatya) and has only direct grant component which is implemented as 36 months with the budget of 29.867.902 Euro.

The purpose of the Operation is to implement a pilot scheme for promoting registered employment of women having small child by supporting them financially for institutional ECEC. In the scope of the Operation it is aimed to achieved;
*Totally 10.250 beneficiary mothers will be supported as financially.
*Totally 3 research activities/reports will be prepared.

Current Situation:
(As of June 2020)

As of 29 May 2020, 10 monthly management meetings and one Steering Committee Meeting have been organised.
The Project Support Team including 53 people has been established. The orientation and training program for personnel and equipping central and local offices has been completedThe Project Computer Programme has been created in accordance with the work plan to function interactively with the systems of SSI, Mernis, Halk Bank and E-Okul (if applicable).

The communication strategy and visibility materials has been prepared.

Appllications for the project has been received on 15 October 2019 following the press release of Minister Zehra Zümrüt SELÇUK. Final registrations has been started on 1 November 2019. While the number of pre-registration received is 68.058, the number of active beneficiary mothers is 7.453.