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More and more workers perform night shifts or tasks during the weekend. The Swedish Government has noticed this and announces a three-year financing plan to help families balancing work and home life. Therefore, $ 16.3 million will be used to support services for children usable on holidays and during the night. The start of the plan, which will affect at least 30 municipalities, is expected by July 2013. This is not the first initiative of the Scandinavian country on behalf of children. Each couple gets a total of 480 days of paid parental leave per child, available till its eighth birthday. Of the 9.5 million people living in Sweden, 2 million are under the age of 18. 80% of them have a working mother; even 92% have fathers occupied.