Supply of Equipment for Provision of Career Services through Multi-Stakeholder Partnership Model(EuropeAid/136387/IH/SUP/TR)-Award Notices (Lot 1 and Lot 2)
29 December 2015
Promoting Youth Employment in Sectoral Investment Areas
1 January 2016

Supporting Registered Employment of Women Through Home-Based Child Care Services (NANNY)

Measure 1.3.
Operation Name Supporting Registered Employment of Women Through Home-Based Child Care Services (NANNY)
Implementation Period 06.03.2015 - 06.11.2017
Web Address http://www.sgk.gov.tr/wps/portal/sgk/tr/kurumsal/projelerimiz/evde_cocuk_bakimi_projesi
https://www.facebook.com/evdecocukbakimprojesi/
https://www.instagram.com/evdecocukbakimiprojesi/
Beneficiary Institution Social Security Institution
Components and Budgets Direct Grant Component: € 49.625.600
Aim of Operation and Outputs

    “Home-Based Child Care Services Project was carried out by Social Security Institution (SSI) with a budget of 50 Million Euros. The purpose of the Project was to promote registered employment of women by facilitating the labour market integration of women with small children who are at risk of withdrawal from the labour market and supporting the formal work of women providing home-based child care services. Project provided financial support to mothers to cover the social security contribution of the child caregiver (both the employer and employee contribution) and part of her salary up until the child who has been looked after reaches 3 years of age (including 36th month). The Project, which was started on 5 March 2015, was completed on November 2017.

    Firstly, the implementation provinces of the project were determined as Antalya, Bursa and İzmir according to the socio-economic development levels of the provinces, number of insured women in those provinces, average number of working women taking a maternal leave in a year, population of the provinces, budget constraint of the project. Ankara and İstanbul were also included to the implementation provinces later on.

    Totally 26.532 women (11.360 mother directly and 15.232 child caregiver indirectly) benefited from the Project and backed into labor market.