With support from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, three CHANGE cities- Bogotá, Buenos Aires, and Los Angeles - implemented community-based research efforts that recognize caregivers as experts and partners in shaping city policies.
CHANGE and the city of Los Angeles led a research effort to learn directly from private early child care providers to better understand the challenges they face and the support they need to thrive.
City: Los Angeles
The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) were unanimously adopted by all member states of the United Nations in 2015, to capture a universal development agenda for our shared, global future.
CHANGE and the Government of the Autonomous City of Buenos Aires led a research effort to learn directly from mothers about the daily realities of caregiving and the impact that the free child care offered by the Juegotecas has on their lives.
City: Buenos Aires
CHANGE and the City of Bogotá led a research effort to learn directly from the leaders of community care initiatives about what motivates their work in communities, their goals for the future, and what type of relationship they want to have with the government.