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Posted on: Saturday November 17 2018 – 1:04 AM | Last Updated: Saturday, November 17, 2018 – 1:04 p
Parliamentarian from the DPR Solidarity Committee, Caroline Maher, said that there was no real supervision of nurseries in Egypt, suggesting that the regulated law had set several standards that must be met in nurseries, but were not implemented.Sponsored Links
He said during a meeting with the DMC night program, broadcast on DMC television, on Friday night that the law required nurseries with social workers, as well as doctors, nurses, secretaries, shop owners and supervisors. ? "We have a camera in the nursery where words are spoken, and there are only a few of them who follow these steps."
He explained that there must be a license to practice the profession for anyone who works at any social institution, such as a nursery or home for the elderly, complex: "A specialist must know how to handle class D, and to understand the difficulties faced by them.
Nurseries are institutions of the Social Solidarity Department if they are licensed, for unauthorized nurseries, the Local Development Ministry is responsible for their follow-up as being responsible for overseeing unauthorized activities.
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