Organization

Name

National Bureau for Cooperation in Child Care

Description

The National Bureau for Cooperation in Child Care was founded in 1963 reflecting the growing social concern over the treatment of neglected children and the realisation of the importance of preventative work. Improving the education and training of childcare staff, anxiety over adoption and fostering procedures, and concerns over child health and education, were also contributing factors to the creation of the organisation. It is now known as the National Children's Bureau (National Children's Bureau, n.d.).