(we will gradually increase the number of omamas)
1 hour session with 1 family per week
3 sessions per day, 15 sessions per week
1 parents club per month
1 woman with enhanced skills and work habits per year
15-25 families with youngest children with early childhood care
Improved kindergarten and school readiness of children
More functional families, more ambitious motivations and attitudes
Better school results of children living in generational poverty
Higher employability/employment rate/income
Several researches demonstrate that the investment in early childhood development has the highest return for society. Early development of a child multiplies his or her potential for success in school and his or her employability in adulthood. Instead of living a less than fortunate life in poverty, depended on social benefits and various handouts, one can become a successful and fully integrated member of the society, a taxpayer and a contributor. In Slovakia, despite the high return on investment, a form of early childhood development - early intervention is carried out in a limited fashion, with children with physical disabilities.
High return on investment
(The University of Pennsylvania) - https://www.impact.upenn.edu/our-analysis/opportunities-to-achieve-impact/early-childhood-toolkit/wh...
The Foundations of Lifelong Health Are Built in Early Childhood
(National Scientific Council on the Developing Child) - (PDF) https://46y5eh11fhgw3ve3ytpwxt9r-wpengine.netdna-ssl.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/05/Foundations-of-L...
Research on toxic stress and lifelong impact of poverty on physical and mental health
(Harvard University) - https://developingchild.harvard.edu/science/the-jpb-research-network-on-toxic-stress/
Summary of 20-years of research on early childhood intervention in Jamaica
Evidence for Early Childhood Development Investment
(UNICEF) - https://www.unicef.org/earlychildhood/index_69851.html