Learn about our past, present, and how we’re intentionally shaping the future of care.
In past cultures, childcare was a community based effort and not a separate paid occupation. As families no longer live within the same community, majority of parents work, and with skyrocketing childcare costs, families are left strapped for support they can count on.
Our community is governed by a set of principles that represnts our core values, mission, vision, dialect, culture and totem. We have developed a strong and healthy culture that is informed by five vital elements – ‘The 5 pillars’: awareness, acceptance, appreciation, perseverance, and preservation.
As part of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, The United Nations set out a 15-year plan to achieve 17 Goals to bolster economic growth. As a public benefit corporation, we are passionate about making a positive impact within overlooked and underserved communities. See how Abulé intends to execute against these goals!