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Early childhood development programmes to meet the needs of working women are insufficient. These started under a conservative-led coalition and continued under the Social Democrats.[2] What went wrong? For many years, this limitation of the federal-state public assistance programs contributed to the phenomenon of fathers voluntarily leaving a family so their children could receive public assistance. The casework method assumes that the client, in this case the parents of the child, are unable to manage their own affairs.

Pages: 176

Publisher: Jessica Kingsley Publishers (January 15, 2002)

ISBN: 0892329912

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