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  • Torres, Margarita A. (Southern New Hampshire University, 2005)
    The Child Care Provider Network is a shared-service cooperative for five home-based child care providers in Osceola County, Florida. In order to meet high market demands, members purpose to increase profits for maintaining ...
  • Lyons, Terri (Southern New Hampshire University, 1991)
    As stated in the thesis project, "A lack of adequate day-care facilities in the Kansas City area -particularly in the inner city, particularly that serve low and moderate income populations. A lack of access to early ...
  • Orluk, Tuesday Lee Sellards (Southern New Hampshire University, 2004)
    As stated in the thesis project, "The informal baby-sitting cooperative has been initiated by and for the residents of Haverhill, Massachusetts. The affordable childcare provided will offer an opportunity for parents to ...
  • Miller, Deborah A. (Southern New Hampshire University, 2006)
    Miami Gardens Head Start Center will be located in the newly chartered city of Miami-Gardens, Florida is a product of the Mount Hermon CDC. The program will provide quality early education for 40 children during the first ...
  • Burgo, Emily Hampton (Southern New Hampshire University, 2004)
    This mansucript describes the New Community Babysitting Cooperative is an affordable childcare network created by the program participants at Families in Transition Transitional Housing Program in Manchester, New Hampshire ...
  • Pina, Ivan (Southern New Hampshire University, 2005)
    Point Neighborhood Childcare Cooperative an affordable childcare cooperative for the residents of the Point Neighborhood in Salem, MA whereby the targeted local lowincome Latino residents will be primary supervisors of an ...
  • Bilakwata, R. D. (Southern New Hampshire University, 2007)
    Community needs assessment in Kabalenzi village in Ngara district revealed a problem of increasing number of most vulnerable children in the village and limited support provided to them. Responding to this problem, members ...