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Powerful Women of WMB Childcare

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Powerful Women of WMB Childcare

In the heart of every community, there are unsung heroes whose dedication shapes the future. We recognise powerful women of WMB Childcare, with a special focus on Ebaide Agho (Vivian), whose journey and influence in childcare exemplify women’s profound impact in this field.

Vivian’s story begins with a childhood love for nurturing younger ones, a passion that blossomed early as she babysat neighbourhood children. Her calling was further cemented during her university days when a seminar struck a chord, “If you get it right from an early age, the child grows up to be a better person”. Despite pursuing a bachelor’s degree unrelated to early years in childcare, her unwavering desire led her to the UK to specialise in early years childcare for her master’s. It was a path shaped by divine will and an ardent wish to contribute to the well-being of young minds.

Women in childcare, like Vivian, often grapple with significant challenges. The delicate balance of work and personal life, inflexible hours, and the emotional labour of being a cornerstone for both family and work are hurdles many face, especially when transitioning across cultures, as Vivian experienced moving from her home country to the UK.

Historically, women have been the bedrock of families, guiding children through their formative years with innate compassion. This legacy is evident in Vivian’s work, where her nurturing touch helps foster emotional intelligence from a tender age. Women’s influence in childcare is immeasurable, and their contributions deserve recognition and support through initiatives like professional development, supportive work environments, and fair compensation.

To sustain her passion without succumbing to burnout, Vivian practices self-care by setting boundaries, reflecting on her growth, and taking regular breaks to indulge in travel and shopping—activities that rejuvenate her spirit.
As we honour the contributions of women throughout history, Vivian draws inspiration from Maria Montessori, whose innovative approach to child-led learning and respect for each child’s unique abilities resonate deeply with her. Montessori’s philosophy of fostering independence and curiosity in children mirrors Vivian’s approach to childcare.

The women of WMB Childcare are more than caregivers; they are educators, innovators, and pioneers shaping the next generation. Their work is crucial in laying the foundation for a better society. It’s time we celebrate these powerful women, for their unwavering commitment and the love they pour into every child’s life. The future is brighter because of the powerful women of WMB Childcare, and for that, we owe them our gratitude and support. Vivian’s story is just one of many, but it represents the collective strength and dedication of all women in this field.

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Claudia Adamache

Area Coach | BA (Hons)

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