Architecture of the Creche Programme
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Rajiv Gandhi National Creche Scheme
The Indian Council for Child Welfare is one of the pioneer voluntary organisations providing
early childhood care
through the creche programme across the country for over three decades.
The programme was recast by the Government of India in 2006 as the Rajiv Gandhi National Creche Scheme for Children of Working Mothers.

At present, ICCW runs 5303 creches across 31 States and Union Territories in the country.
Through this programme ICCW covers tribal, rural and urban children across 449 districts.
The Scheme
  •  Provides day care services to children (0-6 years) of working mothers
  •  Holistic care for the physical, mental and emotional development of these children,
    and delivers the following services.
  • Every crèche cares for approximately 25 children
  • each creche is managed by a creche worker and a helper
  • supplementary nutrition
  • immunization and health care facilities
  • recreation
  • non-formal pre-school education to children
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