Singapore is poised to become the first city in the world to offer a full-blown childcare program, with the launch of its first childcare centre and a free childcare facility.
Singapore, a city of about 12 million people, is currently home to about 15,000 preschool-age children and children under the age of six.
The country, with an average population of more than 30 million people annually, has a long history of childcare programs that have helped to raise standards in the country.
Singtel is the operator of Singapore’s national mobile network.
It has been providing free childcare facilities for children for more than a decade, and the new Singapore centre is the first of its kind in the region.
The Singaporean government has said that it will not only provide free childcare to children under six but also to other groups as well, including older children.
“Singapore is now in the lead in the global race to offer full-fledged child care in public spaces.
As a result, we have been able to bring the Singaporean childcare system to a whole new level,” said Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong.”
Children can enjoy a safe, nurturing environment that supports learning and development, and is accessible to everyone,” he said.
The new Singapore childcare centre is expected to open next year, with a goal of providing 1,000 children with a place to stay, as well as a free nursery and childcare facility for children of between five and eight years.
SingTel has partnered with the government to provide a wide range of childcare services, including free, reduced-price day care, daycare with childcare, preschool, and kindergarten.
The city also plans to provide free daycare to children in special needs and special education needs.
SingSingapore has seen a rise in the number of children needing care in recent years.
The number of Singapore children needing daily care rose by about 40 percent from 2008 to 2020.
The number of child-care centres increased by 40 percent between 2008 and 2020, from about 50 to more than 1,400.
In addition, Singapore’s infant mortality rate has increased by 17 percent since 2008, according to data released by the country’s National Health and Family Planning Commission (NHFPCC).
The NHFPCC reported that the country experienced the highest infant mortality rates in the Asia-Pacific region.
According to a 2017 report by the United Nations Population Fund, more than half of Singaporeans are undernourished.